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Ayepyep Cape Town to re-open its doors after slain DJ’s family secures 50% stake

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The family of slain, Oupa ‘Dj Sumbody’ Sefoka, has secured a 50% ownership stake in Ayepyep Lifestyle Cape Town.
The luxury entertainment establishment in the mother city will re-open its doors on Friday.
This after Dj Sumbody’s business partner, Kagiso Setsetse, sold his 50% stake in the business to the Sefoka family.
The lifestyle owner was murdered in Woodmead in November last year, together with his driver while on their way to a gig.
The lounge temporarily closed shortly after the Dj’s passing, in the wake of gangsterism claims and business shares turf wars.
The Sefoka family spokesperson, Koketso, says this marks a significant step towards restoring the establishment to its former glory.
He says this is testament to the family’s unwavering commitment to preserving DJ Sumbody’s legacy.
““Preserving my brother’s legacy has been at the heart of our relentless pursuit of justice. Ayepyep isn’t just a venue; it’s a living tribute to his passion, creativity, and dedication to the vibrant culture of Cape Town’s social scene.”
The family says patrons can expect a lifetime experience on Friday as the welcome back the popular lounge into the fold.
“Patrons should expect vibrant and luxurious sun-kissed sensory experiences, including an elite musical line-up, gorgeous gourmet culinary selections, exceptional service, and a vivacious vibe for the discerning city reveler.”
This Friday’s line-up will feature some of South Africa’s hottest artists including, Vetkoek vs Mahoota, Ms Cosmo, Kyeezi, Murumba Pitch and many more.

The family has also extended its gratitude to patrons and fans who supported them during the difficult time of losing their loved one and subsequently, the legal battle.

 

 

 

 

Written by: Lindiwe Mpanza

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