- Mzansi has reacted to the news of rapper Pitch Black Afro's guilty verdict
- The Neva Let U Go hitmaker was found guilty of culpable homicide in the death of his wife, Catherine "Trisha" Modisane
- Most South Africans feel that the star did not show any remorse when his wife died
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Mzansi peeps have reacted to rapper Pitch Black Afro's guilty verdict.
The Neva Let U Go hitmaker was on Thursday found guilty of culpable homicide for the death of his wife, Catherine "Trisha" Modisane.
Catherine was killed at a B&B in Yeoville, Johannesburg two years ago. According to the postmortem report, Catherine died from blunt-force trauma to the head.
The rapper, whose real name is Thulani Ngcobo, was, however, not found guilty for defeating the ends of justice.
Judge J du Plessis said the state failed to prove beyond reasonable doubt that Ngcobo had planned to kill Catherine.
Pitch Black Afro has continued to claim that the police had forced him to admit to the crime. He said he would not take the verdict lying down.
Reacting to a Facebook picture post by Briefly.co.za, most of our readers said the muso did not show any remorse when his wife died.
Mwelase Van Sbuh commented:
"He definitely looks like a killer."
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Fannie Mthimunye wrote:
"Shame on you Pitch, all your songs are not ntofontofo, you are cruel."
Stoney Stones Thulani wrote:
"He showed no remorse when his wife was murdered. He kept on laughing and doing some crazy staff. He definitely killed her and must go to jail forever. He must die there. I'm tired of abusive evil boyfriends or husbands. We don't own woman, rather we own ourselves. Any man that is found guilty of murder and GBV must face a harsh sentence."
Briefly.co.za reported about when Pitch opened up about life in jail. He claimed to be eating 'too much' and said he might gain weight if he stayed too long.
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