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Yizo Yizo star Gunman unfortunate wrong buried date on the tombstone






Errors are always made in life and business but a date on a tombstone can be rather awkward, especially considering how expensive tombstones are.

On the 12 of June, South Africa was shocked at the sudden passing of Chris Khubeka aka Gunman on Yizo Yizo and Bazooka on Zone 14.


Gunman had allegedly committed suicide at his home in Soshanguve, his body was found hanging on a butler door.

After the news of his passing, fans of Yizo Yizo requested for the SABC to air repeats of the show in honour of his memory After the news of his passing, fans of Yizo Yizo requested for the SABC to air repeats of the show in honour of his memory.

On Sunday, Gunman was finally laid to rest, a picture of his tombstone has been making its rounds on social media.
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Unfortunately, there was a mistake on Chris' tombstone as the date of burial stated that he was buried on the 8th instead of the 18th of June.

We hope that this mistake will be rectified as soon as possible.

A beautiful artwork of the late actor has also made its rounds on social media and shared by many as well.

According to newspaper reports, Gunman's family was frustrated at the delay of his autopsy due to mortuary strikes that were occurring last week.

However, Gunman eventually was laid to rest on Sunday.

We recently came across this behind the scenes video of the entire cast of Yizo Yizo I.

What we found interesting about the video is that the producers of the show is that there were about 600 people who auditioned for Yizo Yizo when it first came out.

Parts of the video showcases Gunman being interviewed with Chester about how they managed to get their roles on Yizo Yizo.
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Check out the full video below:



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