Skwatta Kamp member speaks about the death of his 'brother'

2015-03-09 12:03

Johannesburg - Skwatta Kamp’s Flabba and Slikour were not just friends – they were brothers, The Juice reported in an exclusive interview.

A visibly shaken and choked up Slikour told The Juice that he was struggling to come to terms with Flabba’s death.

The interview took place just hours after he had heard the devastating news.

"Flabba’s younger brother called me in the early hours of this morning to tell me what happened and I still can’t believe it. Every time I hear, 'the late Flabba' I struggle to believe it but I have no choice but to believe what I’m hearing," he explained.

Slikour told The Juice that he and Flabba were friends for 14 years and that he’s truly lost a brother.

"Flabba was generally a sweet guy, who wasn’t trying too hard to be famous. All he wanted to do was be himself and take care of the people he loved," Slikour explained.

Slikour recalled the last time he spent quality-time with Flabba. "It was two weeks ago, we had a real heart-to-heart and it feels as though that was my last special moment with him. Flabba told me that all he wanted to do was take care of his mom and children," said a choked up Slikour.

He added that he also saw Flabba just last night at Sugasmakx’s birthday party and he was joking about Slikour saying something inappropriate. "He always liked to act like my bigger brother and would jokingly reprimand me or call me out for something," Slikour explained.

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