DJ Sumbody’s girlfriend responds after his family kicks her out of the home they shared. Businessman DJ Sumbody, real name Oupa John Sefoka, was shot and died six months ago. On his way home from a performance in Woodmead, the Monate Mpolaye musician and his security were shot and killed in a spray of gunfire. His family, business partners, and girlfriend have been at odds ever since. Oretlotlile Moloi, his longtime partner, has reportedly been kicked out of the house she lived with the late deejay by his family.
DJ Sumbody’s girlfriend responds after his family kicks her out of the home they shared.
Oretlotlile and DJ Sumbody dated for 13 years and shared a luxurious property in Centurion’s Copperleaf Golf Estate for six of those years. Afromambo is informed by Tlotlisang’s close friend that “The family gave her time to grieve. But feel she can no longer live at the house,” she says. “They have been together for a long time, but they were not married and she understands this. They didn’t ask her to leave immediately or return any of the things he had bought her but she can’t continue to live at that house.”
Since then, Oretlotlile has responded to the reports, claiming that she is not in need and that she hails from a wealthy family that can meet her requirements.
“I am well taken care of. I am not struggling,” she says. “Even at home, we are okay, my parents still work, and they can take care of me. I am so blessed to have been given a car and a house,” she said. Oretlotlile adds that her late boyfriend took care of her. “Some of you, your boyfriends don’t even buy you anything, they even take wigs they bought you after the relationship comes to an end. I have a house and a car.”
Since DJ Sumbody’s mother, Violet Sefoka, was chosen to serve as the estate’s executor, there has been a lot of tension surrounding the estate. Kagiso Setsetse, Violet’s business partner, ejected Violet from the Ayepyep nightclub a few weeks ago. After DJ Sumbody’s mother allegedly gave club staff members “illegal” orders to turn over equipment, including speed point bank card terminals, Kagiso forcibly removed her from the scene.
In a formal shareholders agreement signed by Kagiso and DJ Sumbody in October 2017, it is stated that in the event of a death of one of the shareholders, the executor of the estate will be assumed to have offered the deceased shareholder’s shares to the current shareholder at a reasonable price.
“The remaining shareholder shall be entitled, within a period of 15 business days, following the presentation in writing of the independent auditor’s valuation, of the deceased shareholders’ shares. Whenever the fair value of a share is required to be determined, the shareholders shall attempt to agree to such value in writing.”