- Junior De Rocka has shared that he also wants justice following the murder of his friend, Mluleki 'Mlooh' Mbewana
- Junior's friend Mlooh was shot last week at a parking lot outside Rich Durban
- Junior also confirmed that the suspect in his friend's matter is now in custody
Junior De Rocka has taken to social media to open up about the recent murder of his friend, Mluleki 'Mlooh' Mbewana. The hip-hop DJ has made it clear that he also wants justice for his late friend. Mlooh was killed last week at a parking lot outside Rich Durban.
Mzansi celebs such as musician L'vovo and DJ Cndo have also joined scores of people who have been calling for justice for Mlooh. Junior recently set the record straight on the incident. He took to Twitter and shared that he was not at the venue on the day of the shooting.
The star told his fans that he cannot make a statement to police just because he is Mlooh's friend.
He further explained in the lengthy thread that people who witnessed the incident have availed themselves to cops.
"The police have a way of doing investigations. They collect all data from the crime scene and they do follow ups according to how they structure their investigation. They take numbers of those who were there and call you in for questioning and a statement.
"Everyone who was present will work with the authorities to ensure that facts are delivered and bring justice to this matter."
Junior also confirmed that the suspect in the matter has been arrested.
"The suspect was brought in by his lawyer and is in custody and that's the most important thing right now."
Many tweeps took to Junior's comment section to share their views on the suspect's arrest.
"Why he didn't surrender in the 1st place? I mean he's brought his lawyer, that's sounds like admission of crime."
"Why is he called a suspect when people saw him commit this evil and barbaric act. The criminals in this country have more rights than victims."
"Thank you for the clarification."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest has revealed that he also contracted Covid-19. The Amademoni rapper recently opened up about his coronavirus journey during an interview on an American show called the Ebro Show.
During the interview, Mufasa told Ebro about his own battle with Covid-19. He said he was not able to work for two weeks due to the complications from the virus.
"At first, it was just a scary part where we didn't know what's going on but we stayed home. And then I started training to prepare for this boxing match."
He said he was at the peak of his fitness when he contracted the disease.
"I contracted Covid-19 in a meeting and everybody was social distancing and doing everything that we were told to do. Somehow I caught it and if I wasn't called by the person who tested positive then I wouldn't have known."
Cass said he he had a "little headache" when he went to get himself tested for Covid-19. That's when he discovered that he was actually positive. The star expressed that the virus got challenging on the seventh day of his isolation.
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