Christian Longomba, one half of the Longombas duo that dominated the Kenyan music scene in the 2000s, was buried in Los Angeles, California in the US a week after his death.

Christian was laid to rest on Thursday morning in LA where he lived with his family in a somber ceremony attended by only his close family members and friends.

Christian Longomba. PHOTO/COURTESY

“Thank you, Lord Jesus for the life of your servant and my brother Christian Longomba. He was always yours and now he has returned unto you. Glory and honour belong to you now and forever. Abba comfort the family and his faithful supporters. Amen,” posted Lovy Longomba, his twin brother, on his Instagram page.

Christian Longomba burial. PHOTO/COURTESY

Top Producer J Blessings is reported to be among those who represented the Kenyan music industry at the event and who flew out to LA on Wednesday ahead of the burial ceremony.

Christian had been battling brain tumor and passed away in Los Angeles on Saturday.

In 2015, he suffered a seizure and was rushed to a US hospital, where he was diagnosed with parasagittal meningioma after doctors discovered he had a large tumor.

The Vuta Pumz and Shika More hit maker underwent a second operation after doctors discovered a blood clot in his brain after the first surgery.

He has left behind two children named Eli and Prince.