Hi-Five member Roderick ‘Pooh’ Clark has died, aged 49. The musician, most known for the group’s hit song, I Like The Way (The Kissing Game), died on Sunday.
Roderick pooh Clark was born on February 27, 1973, but unfortunately passed away on Sunday, April 17, 2022. He was known to have become a member of the five-piece Hi-Five when it was first formed in the year 1989.
pooh was known to have been part of the group together with Sanders, Tony Thompson, Russell Neal and Toriano Easley in the quintet.
Clark first had his album debut in 1990 which was ranked platinum in the charts.
It included their biggest hit, I Like The Way (The Kissing Game), which hit the top of the charts in the US in 1991.
Clark got paralyzed from the chest after their car in which the Hi-Five group were in had an accident leaving him with a very serious problem.
The band’s musical director Martinez Little, taking to social media to share the unfortunate incident about Pooh’s death wrote on his social media handle saying;
I am saddened to find out that Roderick “Pooh” Clark another member of the famed singing group “Hi5” passed away on Easter Sunday
Pooh was the most athletic of them all. In basketball he could stand right under the basket and jump straight up and dunk the ball. Our play fights and Super Soaker battles were epic.
We also used to battle each other hard on the Bball court in most cities.
‘I still miss the fun times times touring with my little brothers as Musical Director. My condolences to Hi5 and his family. R.I.P. Pooh
Roderick Pooh Clark Real Age: How Old Is Roderick Pooh Clark?
Roderick Pooh passed away on April 17, 2022, and was 49 years of age at the time of his death. The real cause of his death is yet to be made known.