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At DJ Sumbody’s memorial service, his family talks about him.


DJ Sumbody’s mother and siblings are devastated by the death of their “champion” brother and son.


When she got to the venue, DJ Sumbody’s mother was so upset that she had trouble standing up straight. At the event, she read a letter to her son.

“I’m not sure where to start. I thought the trip would take a long time. I even wanted to see you get married so I could have grandchildren like other women. I was so hurt that I couldn’t say anything. The letter said, “I’m still shocked.” “You worked hard.”



Koketso Sefoka, DJ Sumbody’s brother, took the stage and said that he was the second-closest person to the late star to arrive at the scene of the crime. He was overcome with emotion.

“We’ve been robbed.” We lost a brother, a son for my mother, and a friend for Tlotlo… I’m a wreck. I was the second person to get there, and I don’t think I’ve ever cried as much as I have since my father died. “I broke down into pieces.”

Koketso said he wanted his brother to get what was right for him.

“I didn’t get to say goodbye to my brother. The people who killed him took away everything we’ve ever loved. My mother is broken, and so is Tlotlo. But justice will be done in some way. He tried to make peace, so we don’t know why. No one can get anything he has.

His sister Ouma tried not to cry, but she said she couldn’t be comforted because her “shield” had been taken away.

“Oupa never had time, but it’s funny that in the two years before he died, he spent so much time with me. I didn’t know he was saying goodbye to me or to us. The people who took Oupa away from us don’t know what they did. “You did us a lot of harm.”



Kenneth Sefoka, the late star’s uncle, said he was sad that DJ Sumbody died so young.

“If there was ever a time when we could be together, think of me.” I will always live there. It’s always hard to say goodbye to someone you love, but it’s even harder to say goodbye to someone as young as Oupa.


At the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Johannesburg, South Africa, Oupa John Sefoka’s family attended his memorial service. Oupa was known as DJ Sumbody