We lost a titan, Xolani was massive - DJ Fresh

Radio personality DJ Fresh says he is moved by the selflessness and humility Xolani Gwala had.

Tributes have continued to pour in for the 702 presenter who passed away in the early hours of Friday after a long battle with colon cancer.

DJ Fresh says Xolani was more worried about everyone else despite himself when he was going through treatment.

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We lost a titan, Xolani was massive in more ways than we've gotten to appreciate.

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Despite all he has been through he was worried about everyone else, not himself.

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He was worried about his family needing counselling. He displayed so much selflessness and gave so many people hope.

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