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Mr Jazziq still struggling to come to terms with Killer Kau’s death

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Mr Jazziq still struggling to come to terms with Killer Kau’s death. It’s not easy having to deal with death and it gets even rather more emotionally taxing if the person dead was one to share the same interests with and also having been workmates or a family member.

That’s what Mr JazziQ is facing and the guy is really still affected by the loss of his friends. The death of Mpura and Killer Kau came as a shock to all of us and it’shard to fathom how those who were closer to them are feeling, even now.

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Mr JazziQ was very close to Killer Kau, Mpura and DJ Papers who also went to be with the Lord. He recently went on his Instagram to pay homage to the late Amapiano genre artists and one could just feel for him as he poured his heart out.

Killer Kau and Mpura died in a freak car accident in August 2021 while en route to a gig in Rustenburg. “These past few years I’ve lost so many people close to me and it’s left a very deep place in my heart,” JazziQ wrote.

He also went further to write about the times they had together, “I could possibly write a book about you (Killer Kau) as a free spirited soul. Your warm heart and coal burnt voice. The experience I’ve had with you will forever be cherished. I love you ntwana yam.”

“With you (Mpura) I didn’t lose a friend or an acquaintance but someone who became a brother. I’m still saying it hurts. I miss you,” he went on.

JazziQ also wrote about the deceased Vusi Mabuza, popularly known as Papers 707 who died at the age of 42 succumbing to a gout complication.

“DJ Papers, your passion will live forever. RIP,” he also wrote.