Sengadi reportedly moved back into the home just over a week after she had been banned from entering it by her late husband’s family.

According to a SowetanLive report, Sengadi arrived at the house on Sunday morning, accompanied by police officers and a locksmith to replace the locks on all the doors.

The move is being largely perceived as one made in retaliation for not being acknowledged at the rapper’s funeral in Mafikeng on Saturday. Sengadi was left conspicuously unacknowledged by most of the speakers and was omitted from his obituary.

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Family spokesperson Nkululeko Ncana has confirmed the incident on Twitter, claiming that Jabba’s son was kicked out of his father’s home.

“Barely hours after his father’s funeral, HHP’s son has been illegally booted out of his father’s house after instructions were given to locksmiths to move in between 12 (midnight) – 1am,” he tweeted.

In an interview with SowetanLive, Ncana also accused Sengadi of denying access to the house to Jabba’s longtime helper and her son, who had reportedly been living with the Motswako MC for around 14 years.

“For months, Lerato has not been living in the house. What stuns everyone is that even HHP’s son cannot access the house,” he was quoted saying.

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Ncana, who went to collect Jabba’s son’s belongings, which had been put out on a chair in the driveway, said a case of breaking and entering has been opened at the Honeydew Police Station.

He tweeted a picture of the discarded clothes and personal items, including the boy’s school uniform and school bag.

On Friday, the Johannesburg High Court acknowledged Sengadi as HHP’s customary wife in a ruling that the Tsambo family has confirmed they will appeal.

Sengadi could not be reached for comment.