DJ Sumbody’s girlfriend has opened up about her relationship with the late DJ.

DJ Sumbody’s girlfriend has opened up about her relationship with the late DJ.

The memorial service for DJ Sumbody was held on Wednesday at the Lewende Woord church in Centurion, Gauteng, and Tlotlo, his girlfriend, wrote a moving message for the occasion.

Oupa John Sefoka was gunned down on a Sunday in Johannesburg.

Thandiwe Sefoka, Tlotlo’s sister, read the letter to him since he was too touched to read it himself.

communication that came straight from the heart. As I lay here, I am flooded with grief and pain. My mood has plummeted because of all the fun things we had planned to do. I cherish and enjoy our time together more than I can put into words. After 12 years of highs and lows, I’m happy I could be a part of your recent success. To put it simply, I respect the man you were and am in full agreement with you. To be really honest, I respect you as a leader because of how you’ve handled things up to this point. There are tears in my eyes as I type this because our home will never be the same without you.

No longer will you have to cry “Baby!” from the top floors as you frantically search the basement for your missing garments. As of right now, I am fuming mad. However, I hope you understand how much I value you in my life.

There are simply no words to do this justice. To suffer such unbearable suffering is unthinkable. It’s incredible that you were able to finish your goals despite your limited resources. Nothing is ever taken without some degree of consideration.

I am really relieved that my spouse is safe because of his connection with Sbu. I think you both deserve a position in paradise as your reward.

The fact that they welcomed Oupa into our home and showed him such love and respect is only one of the many reasons I have for loving my parents so much. Thank you so much for being so generous, Ma’ Sefoka. No amount of thanks is ever enough for everything you’ve done for me. This man personified all that is good in the world. I’d want to express my gratitude to the entire Sefoka family for their unending support and encouragement.

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