Kenny Ejim, a basketball player from Brampton, Ontario, died on February 15, 2022, at the age of 27. He was a member of the Toronto Raptors. Ejim played with the CEBL’s Hamilton Honey Badgers in the 2018 season and will be eligible to play for the Saskatchewan Rattlers in 2020. The league sent its heartfelt condolences to his family on his passing.
Ejim was born on December 3, 1994, in Brampton, Ontario. He went to Humber College and was a member of the Humber Hawks hockey team while there.
Kenny Ejim Cause Of Death: What Killed Kenny Ejim?
Kenny Ejim was found dead in his Bahrain resort hotel, while it is unknown whether his death was caused by an accident or by something more nefarious.
Although an accident is suspected in the death of basketball player Kenni Ejim, an investigation is still ongoing.
Who Was Kenny Ejim?
The six-foot-six-inch tall basketball player began playing computer games while still a student at the university level. He won a silver medal at the 2016 OCAA Championships during his first season with Humber College in the 2015-2016 season, which was his first season in the program.
Aquimisa Zamorano Innova Chef, Zornotza Saskibaloi Taldea, and Ciudad Autónoma De Melilla Enrique Soler were among the teams for whom he played skilled basketball while in Spain. He became a free agent on June 9, 2021, when he signed with the New York Jets.
He grew up with three brothers, all of whom he regarded as “significant influencers in his life,” in addition to his mother. Two of his brothers, Ryan and Melvin Ejim, are also accomplished basketball players in their own right.