Yesterday, a story about a young man identified as Jeff Mwathi who died in DJ Fatxo's house took the internet by storm. The story was first aired by Inooro TV in their Prime Time News.
According to the report by Inooro TV, the victim had spent the day with the popular Kikuyu DJ who contacted him for some interior decor in his shop.
In the evening of the same day, the two went to various clubs to have fun before the demise of th youngstar.
A CCTV footage analysed by the police reveals that Fatxo, Mwathi and three ladies went to the DJ's apartment before things went south for Mwathi.
According to sources, Fatxo and the three ladies left the house only to leave Jeff with two men who might be the claimers of the interior decor artist's death.
Fatxo's Cryptic post emerges
A post seen on DJ Fatxo's page by the time of this writing, shows that the musician could have a hand the death of the youngster.
He posted his photo singing into a mic then accompanied it with a text that has stirred reactions from his followers especially come in such close to Jeff's death.
He wrote, "Leo nimeona niwakumbushe the wages of sin is death. "
Upon the emergence of the post, netizens have condemned DJ Fatxo for being involved in the demise of a young man with a bright future. Others wondered why the popular Kikuyu musician would end the life of Mwathi then file a false report to the police.
I hope justice will be served right on behalf of the lost soul. May he rest in peace.
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