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Dj Mist reportedly saddened by the death of his closed friends| Look how they allegedly killed him

Mthobeli Xabendlini, better known as DJ Mist, was very saddened by the death of his close friend Zwelinzima "PK" Dweba, a well-known businessman and DJ in Mthatha.

On Saturday night, as PK entered his Southwood home, he was greeted by a hail of gunfire. PK was the owner of the So What Lounge and Highness Cafe in Mthatha.

Police in the Eastern Cape have not yet located the people responsible for his death.

There was widespread dismay on the various social media platforms after the horrific event.

People say that PK's businesses helped bring life back to the Mthatha neighborhood and gave jobs to the many young people who lived there.

DJ Mist, who was PK's manager and main DJ at his clubs, has written a heartfelt ode to his big brother and mentor.

In a Facebook post, he claimed that he and PK had a meaningful chat the night before PK's murder.

When referring to you, DJ Mist wrote, "Brodie, as I called you." I don't understand why you said what you said to me if you weren't planning on being here while we carried out those actions.

By the way, DJ Zinhle's wig is a flop.

"Grootie, I have a lot of questions." We had so many plans together; now I don't know how I'm going to carry them out.

It was quite inconvenient that we had to meet so solemnly at 2 in the morning.

But I take it you couldn't go without saying goodbye with a message.

You've trusted me with your company and shown me everything.

You made a statement that really shocked me, and I have no idea what it meant.

You said, "I don't know anyone who would pick up where I left off except you, and one day I will be gone."

I still can't wrap my head around the fact that you're gone. You've taught us a lot in your brief time here, and we appreciate it.

As you instructed, I will take Mthatha on the international stage.

Like you, I know my time on this earth with its cruel inhabitants is limited. Therefore, I vow to make way for those who follow.

I'd like to personally express my gratitude for everything you've done for me and hope that we can reconnect sometime to do so.

You were the last person I expected to die, out of all the people who could die.

High five, talented young African-Americans! " There are too many people at the bottom.


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