Meanwhile, as South Africa's music industry mourns the hip hop artist's death, his crew members have called on his fans to play his music as a tribute to his life.
Fellow Alexandra rapper Sean Pages said Flabba mentored a wide variety of South African rapper s and would be remembered as one of the greatest in the industry."He was an inspiration.
The story has spread far and wide, particularly through the medium of the social networks where commentary has ranged from moral outrage to snorts and sniggers.
Papers in South Africa’s neighbouring countries have published the story too.
I called the ambulance; the ambulance came after a long time and confirmed he was dead."Luyanda claimed when the accused realised the rapper was dying, she tried to take her own life."She broke a bottle and she tried slitting her wrist."The woman is being kept at the Alexandra Police Station.An insider revealed at the time that both families were happy to negotiate lobola, with Semenya's family paying R25 000.Semenya first shot to stardom in 2009 when she won gold in the women's 800m at the IAAF's World Championships in Berlin, before being controversially subjected to gender testing.Apparently, her 2010 turnover was set at a whopping R11 billion rand. Wendy Ackerman currently owns close to 50% of Pick 'n Pay - one of South Africa's largest grocery chains (also operating in Namibia, Mozambique, Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Australia). “I’m starting to think this Date My Family is fake, a badly written drama series with different paid actors every week.