Khuli Chana opens up on how he got shot by SAPS due to mistaken identity
Khuli Chana opened up on how he got shot by South African Police Service.
The star had his identity mistaken and two South African police officers shot and injured him.
The incident happened on October 28, 2013, outside a gas station on the N1 in Midrand.
In a recent interview on Mzansi Magic’s Mzansi Icon with Maps Maponyane, Khuli was asked to retell what happened the night he was shot by the South African Police Service. “What happened?” Asked Maps Maponyane.
In response, the rapper stated that he was on his way to Pretoria and soon after leaving the garage, he was attacked by the police following a mistaken identity.
“I was on my way to Pretoria and I decided to pop in at the Engen garage on the N1,” he said. As I’m driving out of the garage and back onto the highway, the next thing I see is the police, but the unmarked vehicle and bullets started flying, the car goes off into a like embankment and there was blood everywhere,” he added.
“From there Maps, it was like a movie, I have blood, and my fingers look like they are coming off,” he said. The stated that his life was no longer the same as he was all over the news soon after the incident. “My life was not the same, and eventually I went to the hospital, and I remember getting home in the morning and it was just my face all over the news and I was being accused of attempted murder, and I was lucky to have the best law firm to represent me,” said Khuli Chana.
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