DJ Sumbody’s live-in-lover Tlotlisang Moloi was allegedly kicked out of the artist’s posh house in Gauteng by his family after the funeral of the Suk’emabhozeni hitmaker.
A deep throat close to the family, told Sunday World this week that Moloi, who was in a 13-year long-time relationship with Sefoka, and lived together with him for six years at their posh Copperleaf Golf Estate in Centurion, was ordered to vacate the crib by the artist’s family.
The tipster said the family approached Moloi and told her to move out of the house because they wanted to cleanse it of the bad spirit that might have engulfed the luxurious pad.
Since then, said the source, Moloi has not been allowed to return to the house and is now living elsewhere in Tshwane. The family’s decision to remove her from the condo amassed her a copious volume of sympathy from DJ Sumbody close buddies.
“They met when Oupa was unknown and didn’t have anything, we were shocked when she was told to vacate their home because the family wanted to do a cleansing since their son stayed there with her. It has almost been more than six months and she is planning to take legal action against the Sefokas,” the source.
The deep throat said it is public knowledge that Moloi’s lawyers sent a letter to DJ Sumbody’s business partner, Setsetse, wanting to claim a share of the estate. When Moloi and her family tried to have a meeting with the Sefoka family regarding the estate and the mourning process, Sefoka’s mother, Violet Sefoka, who has been appointed executrix of the muso’s estate, refused to meet with her parents and did not want to hear anything.
“The family is saying she does not deserve anything as they were not married and all of Oupa’s assets were registered in his mother’s name.” When Sunday World reached out to Setsetse for comment, he said he could not comment further on the matter as it does not directly involve him. Koketso Sefoka, the brother of DJ Sumbody, said he could not comment on “rumours”, saying all that all questions regarding his late brother’s affairs, would be addressed in a family statement which they will release in due time.
“We have had meetings with Tlotli Moloi, and her family and they understand the mourning process,” said Sefoka.
Attempts to reach Moloi for a comment drew a blank as she ignored our phone calls and text messages.