Gauteng to Honour DJ Sumbody With Cultural School Building
The Gauteng provincial government has promised that a cultural development school will be built to commemorate Monate Mpoleye hitmaker Oupa John “DJ Sumbody” Sefoka.
MEC Morakane Mosupyoe of Sports, Arts, Culture and Recreation made this pledge at a memorial service for the late musician. Lewende Wood Church Wednesday at the Centurion outside Pretoria.
The Pretoria Amapiano DJ said before the annual All White Picnic at his Ayepyep Lifestyle Lounge in Pretoria that an unidentified gunman opened fire on his car, killing him and seriously injuring his bodyguard. died when he was inflicted with
Mosupyoe explained that she and DJ Sumbody had a conversation earlier in 2019, in which DJ expressed his feelings about upskilling young people when it comes to music and art development.
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“This young man should not have died like this… This is wrong on every level. In my opinion the law does not legitimize this industry and the government could do more .
“I have never met DJ Sumbody in person, but I spoke with him on the phone about how he can make a difference for young people in ECD. [Early Childhood Development] level. Next, DJ Sumbody shared how he can use his influence to help the department help young people. He was happy to serve us without getting paid…” she added.
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A large number of mourners, including his grieving family, friends and contemporary music industry insiders, flocked to the memorial service.
His close friend and musical collaborator, rapper Cassper Nyovest, broke down in tears while sharing warm memories of the performer.
“I am so grateful to have had a friend like DJ Sumbody. He was very honest and straight to the point. It’s a very difficult time.
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