Tweeps jump straight in on the Lerato Sengadi vs. HHP's family saga

Tweeps jump straight in on the Lerato Sengadi vs. HHP's family saga

- After revealing HHP's alleged drug addiction, Lerato was removed from funeral plans by his family

- She felt that this was uncalled for and so she took the matter to her lawyer

- Mzansi cannot believe the drama and feel that, in a time like this, they really just need to just make peace

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HHP’s wife, Lerato Sengadi has applied for an interdict preventing her father-in-law from going ahead with his burial. This has caused major reaction from Twitter.

Hip Hop Pantsula passed away on Wednesday. It is suspected that it was suicide as he was battling with depression for a long time. previously reported on the memorial service was held in Johannesburg on Tuesday to honour the late HHP.

Lerato took this opportunity to convey a tribute to her husband and also passed a few comments on what she was about to do regarding the burial.

She said that as Jabba’s lawful customary wife, she has all the right to make arrangements for her husband’s burial. She too should be an important part of all proceedings and decision making, reported Times Live.

A disappointed Lerato said that she has been exclude from all of this, depriving her as a wife, to fulfil her duties relating to her deceased husband.

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Every hint that Lerato gave during her tribute to HHP on Tuesday has evidently become reality.

She is moving forward to halt funeral proceedings and attempting to take back her responsibilities to bury her husband.

Tweeps had their say on the matter. They feel that this is too much and that Lerato and HHP's family just need to make peace.

READ ALSO: HHP’s father refuses to stand down: The funeral arrangements

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