Hebanna: Nota Baloyi Claims He Spoke to Slain Senzo Meyiwa the Day He Died

Hebanna: Nota Baloyi Claims He Spoke to Slain Senzo Meyiwa the Day He Died

  • South African musician Nhlamulo 'Nota' Baloyi has broken silence on his final meeting with former Bafana Bafana goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa
  • Baloyi says he saw the ex-Orlando Pirates netminder, Meyiwa, at a concert at Dorothy Nyembe Park and they had a brief chat
  • Social media users are responding to the news Nota shared on his social media pages, saying the baller's family deserves justice

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South African musician Nota Baloyi has made a big claim on his social media pages. The Mzansi musician says he had a chat with slain Bafana Bafana goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa on the day he was gunned down.

Baloyi headed to Twitter to share this news and says it’s an injustice to the Orlando Pirates goalkeeper’s family that the case is still unresolved seven years later. Meyiwa was shot and killed in Vosloorus, Ekruhuleni on 26 October, 2014.

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Looking at his lengthy posts on Twitter, Nota says he saw the former Buccaneers skipper at Dorothy Nyembe Park at a concert and had a chat as the mother of his child, Kelly Khumalo, was performing on stage.

Nota Baloyi, Claims He Spoke, to Slain Senzo Meyiwa, the Day He Died
Musician Nota Baloyi says he met the late Senzo Meyiwa before he died. Image: @Anesh Debiky/Gallo Images/Getty Images/LavidaNota/Instagram
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Nota Baloyi shares his final chat with Senzo Meyiwa

Baloyi's tweet has attracted massive media attention - Briefly News also looks at the reactions. Nota wrote on social media:

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“I spoke to Senzo Meyiwa the day he was killed. We were at Dorothy Nyembe Park at a CanDo concert. We weren’t even getting paid for that show but there was an entire tour & we wanted in on it. His baby mamma was on stage & I stood with him to watch & chat as we were going up next.
“It’s been almost 7 years since & I’m still triggered by the unsolved case. The fact that police are investigating a hit but no mastermind has been arrested, proves to me that the life of a black man has no value. You could captain Pirates & Bafana Bafana & still die like a dog…

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“There’s also a part of me that believes that had he been faithful to his wife & respected his family, he’d still be alive today… Either way, he didn’t deserve to die in a dingy house without a gate in Vosloorus. He’d accomplished too much to perish in such pathetic circumstances!”

Also known as ‘Nzori’ in football circles, Meyiwa was shot and killed in what looked like a robbery while visiting Khumalo’s home in Vosloorus.

The post reads:

@BlackMfe said:

“What would you like us to do with this information?”

@Fifstaref said:

“Mara Nota... you didn't have to say dingy. That's someone's home. I'm not disputing what you saying but respect other ppls assets.”

Senzo Meyiwa: 3 women allegedly kidnapped in connection with goalkeeper's murder case

Still on Meyiwa, Briefly News published that Senzo Meyiwa was fatally shot a few years ago but his case has still not been solved. Up until this day his killer has not been convicted of his murder.

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The former Orlando Pirates' goalkeeper's case has reportedly taken yet another twist. Three women have reportedly been abducted in connection with the former Bafana Bafana goalkeeper's case.

Meyiwa was shot on 26 October, 2014 in Vosloorus at the family home of his baby mama, Kelly Khumalo.

City Press reported that seven police officers, who were not in cop uniforms, allegedly assaulted three women to try and revive an old case against one of the five men accused of the star's killing.

Source: Briefly.co.za

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