In shock Killer Kau and Mpuru were alleged used in a ritual sacrifice. Social media went abuzz after YouTuber Rea Gopane made some rather damning and career ruining accusations against Amapiano star Mr. JazziQ.
Rea revealed on his podcast Everything SA Music, that, “The entire entertainment industry looked past the fact that JazziQ sacrificed Killer Kau and Mpura…for the betterment of his career.”
Rea Gopane went on to question his friendship with Mpura and Killer Kau. His reason for questioning his friendship with he departed was that he featured them on a music video for Woza yet they were not part of it. JazziQ went on to say that the video was released shortly after the fateful accident happened on their way to Rustenburg.
Rea also went on to note that JazziQ did not attend any of the funerals as he was touring globally.
“The day after they died, he went to Ghana…” said Rea then his co-host Blvck Steph, who by the way almost jumped from his seat when Rea made that bold statement, added, “so you think the ritual was done there.”
Read then continued and said, “I’m just saying, we re not reading between the lines…the sacrifice is right there and everybody missed it.” He even made even more allegations and said the Amapiano genre is in fact a secret society. Talk about having a wet mouth.
Social media is in a frenzy after the episode premiered on YouTube yesterday and they are backtracking with their sympathetic words after they defended Rea when Bonang demanded R500 000 from him.
Rea is known for sparking controversy with what he says on his podcast, he went on his podcast at some point and accused Bonang of introducing AKA to drags which he then introduced to Anele Tembe which resulted in her death.
The accusation against Bonang lead to him being slapped with a lawsuit which he went on tot drag Scoop Makhathini into saying that he was the one who told him about it.
“Scoop told us that AKA is on coke, and Bonang is the one that got him into cocaine. Scoop told us that, bro, after the interview we had him right here at this place,” Rea had said to his co-host.
The lawsuit papers were sent to him on social media as he refused to give Bonang his email address. “On Sunday 9 May 2021 you falsely and unlawfully accused Bonang Matheba in a widely published video clip of, inter alia, having introduced AKA (Kieman Jarryd Forbes) to cocaine.
In the context of what was being discussed in the video clip this defamatory allegation was exacerbated by the shocking insinuation that the death of AKA’s girlfriend Anele (Nellie) Tembe was due to AKA’s alleged use of cocaine”.
“The allegations were defamatory, hurtful and were deliberately intended to humiliate my client and undermine her reputation. The allegations are also, to your knowledge false. Your false utterances are compounded by the fact that at the time of making them on a public platform, you knew full well that these utterances would be widely viewed given my client’s high public profile.”
“To this end I am instructed to demand from you, payment of the sum of R500,000 within 10 days. Should this sum not be paid within the time prescribed, I have instructions to issue summons without further notice to you.”
He went on to apologise on all social media platforms and issued a half-written apology to Bonang. “To the extent that I have made statements to certain individuals and in the public media stating or implying Ms Matheba’s connection to cocaine, I unequivocally retract all such imputations and unreservedly apologise that they were made. I regret any inconvenience caused to Ms Matheba and undertake that it will not happen again.”