Talented disk jockey Mabuza popularly known as “Papers 707 who passed away at the of 42 last week has finally been laid to the mother earth in Soweto on Tuesday.
The classic Amapiano disk jockey died last week at the age of 42, after being admitted to hospital for gout.
Friends and Celebrities were present to witness and bid their finally farewell to the respected disk jockey.
DJ Papers 707 daughter broke down in tears when she paid tribute to her father.
“I am here to share a memory of my dad. My dad left me when I was four-years-old but he used to come and stay. He left me and I still loved him. I will always love him. Dad, may your soul rest in peace,” she said while sobbing.
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The funeral featured several performers dancing to amapiano, reflecting the high spirits Papers 707 often brought to those whose lives he touched.
The star died last week at the age of 42, after being admitted to hospital for gout.
RIP Papers 707 🙏🏿 pic.twitter.com/5SsoGeLLA6
— Advovo (@Advovolicious) July 21, 2020
Papers 707’s funeral pic.twitter.com/SheaeFWZOH
— Franklin Saint (@Twin_Segowa) July 21, 2020