On the 15th of August, a large crowd of supporters gathered outside the Protea South Hall to bid farewell to Killer Kau. This was a very sad moment for his family, friends, colleagues and those who loved and supported his music; as they bid farewell to the youngster.
It appears that police and the JMPD are attempting to avert a repeat of what occurred at the residence of Tholukuthi Heyi's hit-maker.
Hundreds of people gathered at his home in Zondi on Wednesday for a candlelight prayer, violating Covid-19 norms.
Despite the fact that they were not wearing masks, there was no social separation, and they were not abiding by the curfew, there was not a single police van in sight.
On Thursday, authorities dispersed a big throng gathered at Mpura's home for his candlelight prayer, which appeared to be a wake-up call. Events like this have the potential to be super spreaders; duing this pandemic.
On Saturday, rigorous steps were made to keep the audience at Thando "DJ TOT" Sibisi's burial in Jabavu under control.
To avoid an after-tears celebration, police made sure that individuals wore masks and chased them out after eating. On Saturday, August 7, Killer Kau, Mpura, DJ TOT, The Voice, and TD were killed in a car accident.
The artists were supposed to be going to a show in Rustenburg, but they never arrived. The loss of the musicians has been felt throughout the country.
Their colleagues in the music industry were left devastated. Many feel that the young music still had alot to offer; after he recently made it to the limelight at a tender age. May his soul rest in peace.
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