Male and female dancers came to bid farewell in style to one of their own Mduduzu “Cadrbury” Zwane.
The 26-year-old from Atteridgeville in Tshwane was laid to rest on Saturday, 31 July.
In one of the videos shared on social media, two female dancers were seen entertaining the mourners with their exotic moves.
The two ladies were also seen inviting two males to sit on chairs so they could get a taste of what exotic moves were all about.
As they were dancing to a song by an American singer, Keith Sweat, mourners were heard in the background cheering the ladies.
The other video showed male topless dancers carrying the coffin while they were singing Asiphelelanga.
Cardbury was a well-known str!pper and loved by his fans for making sexxy moves when he would peel off layers of clothing to reveal his sexxy body to adoring female fans.
Cardbury died on Tuesday, 27 July after he was gunned down by unknown men who were in a car after an argument ensued.
Last week Cardbury’s elder brother Elphus Zwane said they were devasted by his passing and that it will take time for them to heal as a family.
One of his friends Phuti “Temptation” Laka said he still can’t believe Cardbury is gone but said they were celebrating his life after the funeral.
Cadbury’s funeral 🕊️ pic.twitter.com/3s0VHUxDgJ
— RESHOKETSWE 🏳️🌈 (@reshoketswe_za) July 31, 2021
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