- The CEO of Click Media, Chris Kazadi, has passed away after he was allegedly shot by Congolese police while visiting the country
- The media personality left the country to attend the Forbes 30 Under 30 Summit in Botswana and after that he decided to travel to the Congo, where he met his death
- His brother, Joe Kazadi, who is also an actor and model, took to social media to mourn the untimely passing of his younger brother
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Chris Kazadi has passed away. The model and actor was allegedly shot dead by Congolese cops while visiting the country. The news of his passing is trending on social media.
The star was a founder and CEO of Click Media. The company reportedly confirmed his passing via its page. Entertainment commentator Phil Mphela reports that Chris left South Africa for Botswana to attend the Forbes 30 Under 30 Summit and from there, travelled to the Congo
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Youth Village reports that actor Joe Kazadi also took to Instagram to mourn the passing of his young brother. According to the publication, Joe praised his bro for his success in Mzansi. They are originally from Congo.
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Peeps have also taken to Twitter to react to the untimely passing of the star. Many shared that he opened doors for them in the entertainment space.
"Got beaten up and shot by soldiers after acting a fool at someone’s funeral, opening up the coffin to try and get in. Just really strange behaviour."
"He didn’t deserve to die like that, justice must be served."
"Oh no this is heartbreaking. May his soul rest in peace."
"Still can’t believe, Such a humble soul. It was great working with you, Chris. Fly home, Kazadi."
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"RIP to a real one. Chris Kazadi, you gave me my first promo gig. Will never forget what you taught me. A wonderful mentor who taught me so much. RIP, old friend."
"OMG, he was such an amazing human being."
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In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Kelly Khumalo's lawyer has been instructed to leave court. Judge Tshifhiwa Maumela asked Magdalene Moonsamy to leave when the Senzo Meyiwa's murder trial resumed in the Pretoria High Court on Monday, 25 April.
Magdalene was on a watching brief at the trial of the singer's murdered boyfriend. The star was one of the people who were present when the Orlando Pirates goalie was shot dead at her family home.
eNCA reported that the defence raised objections to the Empini singer's lawyer's presence in court. Mzansi peeps took to Twitter to share their reactions to the judge's decision to kick Magdalene out of court.
Source: Briefly News