Moja Love Presenter: Xolani Khumalo
Reports indicate that Moja Love presenter Xolani Khumalo, known as Sizok’thola on Moja Love radio station, has received death threats. Now living in fear, Khumalo fears he might be assassinated. But who issued these death threats against Moja Love presenters in general and specifically them. In this article we delve deeper to provide all essential details. Read further if you wish to know more!
Threats from Drug Dealers
Sources report that Xolani Khumalo received threats from drug dealers who are disgruntled that his show, Sizok’thola, exposes drug cartels and syndicates. As the Sizok’thola show has created issues for these drug lords, they are taking revenge by issuing threats to him and Aubrey Tau, CEO of his channel. These threats came via cell phone from unknown numbers – read further for updates!
High Security Measures
After receiving threats against them, Xolani Khumalo and Aubrey Tau have instituted stringent security measures in their homes in order to guard against potential danger. If necessary, they have also taken measures for self-defence if necessary. Drug dealers associated with corrupt cops have initiated a war against Khumalo and Tau so as not to expose their drug cartel/syndicate that trades illicit substances such as cocaine, nyaope, tik etc. Continue reading below for more details!
The Show’s Concept
Moja Love CEO and Presenter Threaten by Concept Threats directed against Moja Love CEO and Presenter Xolani Khumalo are due to Sizok’thola’s concept of exposing drug dealers. Since Sizok’thola began airing, Khumalo has made it his mission to expose drug lords; this caused considerable ripples throughout the drug world who then threatened Khumalo and Tau. For further updates, stay tuned with this website for any developments regarding this story’s development!
Case Revision Update
Marlon was taken directly to Northwestern Medicine Kishwaukee Hospital after the shooting, but he died during transfer to Rockford Hospital. Dekalb Police Chief David Byrd confirmed this is the second murder case on the north side of DeKalb in recent months; just last week DeKalb High School freshman Gracie Sasso-Cleveland (15) was found murdered – her body found in a dumpster after her family reported her missing an evening earlier; Timothy M. Doll from 500 College Avenue DeKalb faced first degree murder charges related to this incident as well.
Although an official obituary for the deceased has yet to be issued, his family are inconsolable at his sudden demise. According to reports, one of two DeKalb males accused of first-degree murder during this shooting incident has been denied bail by a DeKalb County judge.