- Renowned SA tombstone maker, Lebogang Khitsane, died on Thursday from renal failure and his memorial service was filled with drama
- Khitsane's sister got up on stage and accused his wife of "bringing another man into his house"
- It resulted in #Rakgadi trending online and now some people have even made it a challenge
- One man filmed himself recreating the moment on a remixed soundtrack of the sister's speech
The memorial service of renowned SA tombstone maker, Lebogang Khitsane, turned into an episode of Jerry Springer when his sister took the stage.
Khitsane died last week from renal failure and over the weekend, family and friends gathered for the memorial service. However, his sister stole the show when she publicly shaded his wife and the entire incident was caught on video.
Briefly.co.za reported the mourning sister accused her sister-in-law of being unfaithful while Khitsane still lived and all hell broke loose.
The video trended online alongside the hashtag "Rakgadi" and now some people are even making it the #RakgadiChallenge. One lady, @Rosey_Berry, shared a man's TikTok video on Twitter and captioned it:
"This one sent me. #Rakgadi #Rakgadichallenge."
In the video, the man can be seen re-enacting the sister's speech on a remixed soundtrack.
Take a look at the video below:
South Africans found the footage hilarious and they gave their two cents' worth in the comment section.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported Mzansi celebs have weighed in on the trending hashtag #Rakgadi following the recent memorial service drama that shook the entire country. A woman identified as Rakgadi spilled the beans about her late brother's wife's infidelity at the service.
Rakgadi was supposed to speak about her brother Lebogang Khitsane's business successes, but she decided to go after his wife in front of the mourners. Khitsane was a known tombstone maker. Mzansi celebs took to social media to share their views following the sad story.
Actress Masasa Mbangeni said:
"When his gorgeous daughter said, 'That's it', I knew it was on! I would have done the same for my mother. Even after years together in-laws treat our mothers in the most vile way when our fathers die. A sad South African story."
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