After the death of his friend Oupa “DJ Sumbody” Sefoka, Cassper Nyovest can’t stop crying.
It is said that the musician was shot and killed early on Sunday morning.
His family said in a statement that the star “had a bad experience” and that an investigation was under way.
The rapper posted a video of the late star working on his Billiato ad on his timeline.
“My beautiful brother, Ntja ya Kota! You hurt me deeply. I won’t lie, ha ke shapo (I’m not OK). You had big plans,” he wrote.
Cassper talked about his friendship with the late star and the memories they shared on his Facebook page.
“You called me Diddy sometimes, and Kanye other times. I still don’t know which one I like best, but I do know that the bond we had was very special.
“You were there for me all the time, and I was there for you all the time. I really can’t handle the pain, and I pray for healing, acceptance, and understanding. Pelo yaka e botloko SumB. ANEVA JO!”
Fans have been worried about Cassper on Twitter. They know how close the two stars have become over the years and are worried about him.
Cassper and Sumbody’s hit song Monate Mpolaye with kwaito legends Thebe and Vetti came out in 2018. Since then, the two musicians have worked together and were often seen together.
The death of Sumbody has made Cassper very sad.
On Sunday, Cassper shared a mysterious post that seemed to be about his close friend’s death.
“Batho ba sledge jo! “This can’t be it, Ai Mara bafethu,” he wrote.
When a fan asked how he was doing, he told them, “I’m not.”
After Riky Rick died on February 23, this is the second death of a close friend that Cassper has had to deal with.
The singer of the hit song “Siyathandana” has written on his timeline about how much he wants to see his friend.
He wrote on Twitter, “The way I miss Riky Rick ka teng.”
“You are the victim of a mafia-run failed state,” Malema said after DJ Sumbody’s death, which broke his heart.
Julius Malema, the leader of the EFF, said that DJ Sumbody was “a victim of a failed mafia state” in a heartfelt tribute.
The star, whose real name was Oupa John Sefoka, died early Sunday morning. The circumstances of his death are still being looked into.
Col. Mavela Masondo, a police spokesman, said that around 12:30 a.m. on Sunday, police got a report of a shooting at the corner of Woodmead Drive and Woodland Drive in Sandton.
He said that Gauteng police were looking for suspects and looking into what happened before the shooting that killed two people, including Sefoka, and seriously hurt another.
Malema said he was “not OK” on social media.
“Oupa, we failed you. You are a victim of a mafia state, failed state, just like a lot of other people. Robala mfanaka mara I’m not OK.”
Masondo said that when police got to the scene, they found two people with gunshot wounds inside a VW Golf.
“Both the driver and the passenger were found to be dead at the scene of the accident. The third victim, who was driving a BMW X5, was said to have been taken to the nearest hospital after being shot,” he said.
Masondo said he didn’t know why the shooting happened and asked anyone who did to speak up.
“Police are asking anyone who knows anything that could help with the investigation or lead to the suspects’ capture to call Crime Stop at 08600-10111 or go to the nearest police station. The MySAPS app, which can be downloaded on any smartphone, also lets people give information without giving their names.