Lerato Sengadi (PHOTO: Gallo/Getty)
Nkululeko Ncana, who is the Tsambo family spokesperson took to Twitter on Sunday evening to reveal that a case of breaking and entering had been opened against Sengadi after she allegedly kicked the late rapper’s 13-year-old son out of their home in Randpark Ridge.
“There is no truth to my client breaking into the house. I cannot comment further as the matter is subjudice and I can only comment once the matter has been dealt with and upon instruction”, she said.
When asked whether the rapper’s son had been kicked out of the house, Sithole said that her client (Sengadi) had not kicked anyone out of the home.
“I cannot not comment but one thing I can tell you is that my client did not kick anyone out the house. If anyone was kicked out, it was not done by my client.”
During the funeral she was also not recognised in the rapper’s obituary as his wife nor was she acknowledged at all during the funeral.
Multiple attempts by Drum to contact Honeydew police station have not been successful.