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Lucky Maselesele’s grandfather sets the record straight over ‘untrue’ murder claims

Lucky Maselesele's granddad Gerson Rasetlho has tried to put any misinformation to rest in regards to his grandson's homicide.

Rasetlho discredited cases that Maselesele was pounded into the ground by the local area – just as the way that he was killed over electrical link burglary claims.

Reports of Maselesele's passing arisen last Friday evening, however despite the fact that it was confirmed by his previous colleague and companion Isaac Mabotsa.

It would then arise through various media gives an account of Saturday morning that Maselesele had purportedly been ruthlessly killed by the local area. It was said that they permitted Pitbulls to destroy him, prior to being battered and beaten to the point of death by a horde from the local area.

This was completely thought to be a direct result of his supposed inclusion in link burglary nearby. Presently Rasetlho has come out to eliminate any confusion on such cases while addressing Thomas Mlambo on his Ultimate Sports Show.

He affirmed that the underlying reports doing the rounds were off base. "As a family, we are questioning that, apparently, to the extent the family's position, he (Maselesele) was killed and even today presently, there is no proof of the things you are discussing, where he was killed due to links or whatever.

Allow someone to deliver them, there is no something like this, there is no proof," said Rasetlho Rasetlho proceeded by expressing that the electrical link robbery story was made up by Maselesele's killers to attempt conceal any hint of failure.

"Those individuals that killed him were attempting to conceal, yet luckily there were neighbors who cautioned the police and that is the means by which they were captured in light of the fact that they were promptly caught at the location of the crime.

"Since when they were gotten by the police they said he (Maselesele) was taking the links and tragically this is the thing that the media got what got from the police some way or another, yet the police failed to understand the situation.

Keep in mind, when the police track down an obscure individual, they will do whatever assertion until it's corrected by the family or by additional proof," Rasetlho proceeded. Rasetlho likewise affirmed the grim subtleties of Maselesele's passing, adding that it was not the local area, yet rather a gathering of hooligans that killed previous Kaizer Chiefs player. "What we know is it isn't the local area, the local area isn't four individuals.

Individuals that killed him were four and obviously these four remaining and two from the four returned with a canine, a horrible canine, so they should come and polish him off.

It was hooligans, not the local area." Maselesele amassed 44 appearances for Kaizer Chiefs between 1998-2004.


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