Gauteng Police are trying to find suspects and investigating circumstances of a taking pictures incident in Woodmead, north of Johannesburg, that claimed the life of DJ Sumbody in the early hours of Sunday morning.
One other particular person in the identical car as DJ Sumbody was killed, and one different was critically injured.
Oupa John Sefoka, generally known as DJ Sumbody, is a Pretoria-born artist known for hits like “Monate Mpolaye” and “Ayepyep”.
Police spokesperson Mavela Masondo says the motive of the taking pictures, within the nook of Woodmead Drive and Woodland Drive, is unknown at this stage.
“Upon arrival on the scene, police discovered two folks inside a VW Golf with gunshot wounds. Each victims, a driver, and a passenger have been licensed lifeless on the scene. It was reported that the third sufferer, who was driving a BMW X5, was taken to the closest medical care heart after sustaining gunshot wounds. Gauteng Performing Provincial Commissioner, Main Common Tommy Mthombeni, has activated most sources to hint suspects liable for this taking pictures.”
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Particulars of his funeral and memorial service will likely be confirmed at a later stage.