Bacardi Musician Vusi Ma R5 Gets No Peace, Grave Vandalized
Bacardi musician Vusi Ma R5 has been suffering from the recent desecration of his grave. He is still getting no peace despite his passing, as his grave has been vandalized.
On Monday, pictures of Vusi Ma R5’s vandalized grave trended on the internet, leaving netizens speculating why someone would ruin the musician’s resting place.
Vusi Ma R5 was buried at Odi Cemetery after he was shot and killed on January 30th outside Legentsheng in Soshanguve.
Vusi died three months after DJ Sumbody, a well-known musician and businessman from Pretoria was shot and killed.
Meanwhile, the police are still investigating the case, trying to find out who was responsible for killing Vusi Ma R5 and the person who vandalized the grave.
The incident has left South Africans wondering what could have motivated someone to vandalize Vusi’s grave.
Below are some of the comments from social media users reacting to the shocking incident:
This is too much but let me share with you, there is some belief called Aghora/Aghori. When you have too much energy when you lived at this side of earth, some people believe they can take over that energy when you die to use it to attract luck and the things you had…
If you see sth like this heppens, just know that the family used sth on the victim to haunt the perpetrators now the perpetrators are performing their rituals to let him rest and stop following them. The criminals got all the advice and muti from their Traditional Dr.
If you didn’t live an honest life and respected others. People won’t respect you even in your death.
How ppl treat you after your death uma ushonile is a true reflection of how you lived the time usaphila.