Gunman AKA Bazooka has left very big holes in the hearts of many. Those close to him say
he was a joyful person to be around. He was full of jokes and likes dissing just so there’s never a chance to think about the sadness of life,added a friend.
Upon cleaning his room and making space for the funeral preparations, members of his family and very close friends say the found a note. They took it straight to the sister who weeped very hard while reading it. The sister then passed it to a close friend of Christopher.
Anyone who got hold of the letter was left in a pool of tears. It’s a suicidal note which he noted down all his life troubles and sadness.
Many who read the letter kept saying why couldn’t he talk to us about that? It could have been fixed.
The actor‚ who stole the hearts of South Africans as the charismatic Gunman on Yizo Yizo died on Monday afternoon‚ but had several days earlier auditioned for a role on Mzansi Magic’s drama series Ring of Lies.
His manager Thabo Makgaretsa told TshisaLIVE that he had been confident at the opportunity to make a TV comeback.
“He spoke about the audition a lot and couldn’t wait to hear whether he had got the part‚” Thabo added.
The casting director responsible for the audition told TshisaLIVE that Jabu applied for the role of an irredeemable criminal who made his way out of prison after 8 years and manages to track down his wife after she went into hiding in Limpopo.
“The audition went okay. He came in with a lot of energy and made the scene his by mere virtue of him not sticking to his dialogue. It felt like he was rushing through it and wasn’t really as prepared as he could have been. For his lack of height he was exactly the short ball of energy you see on television‚” director Mandilakhe Yengo said.
She said that Jabu left his audition with a huge smile.
“He walked out of the audition room with a big old smile on his face‚ signing off with ‘Just give me this job maan‚’” Mandilakhe added.