Cindy Manqele's week keeps getting worse.
The 26-year-old, who allegedly stabbed and killed hip hop star Flabba on Monday morning, might also find herself without a home if residents of Alex have their way.
This comes after her family members were threatened during her appearance at the Alexandra Magistrate's court on Tuesday.
A resident, who identified himself as Raymond, told Sowetan: "Alexandra is bleeding today and we want to go and burn down their home because we want them to leave. They must go."
He continued: "How can we continue living with murderers? First it was Senzo [Meyiwa] now it's Flabba. Is this world really supposed to solely be owned by women?"
According to Sowetan, community members also attacked Cindy's sister when she left the court, calling her family murderers.
Her car was also reportedly surrounded by an angry mob that waited for her to leave the court. Cindy allegedly ended up bumping into a taxi as she tried to dodge the angry residents.
Percy Ndlovu, the taxi driver that she bumped into, told the paper that he was unable to work because his taxi is now dented.
He explained: "I work here in Alex. I was just passing and before I knew it here is a person [car] coming towards me with people chasing it, I couldn’t swerve as I could have hit people. So she came straight and hit my front bumper."
While Cindy's family is having a difficult time with community members, the rest of SA is still trying to come to terms with the rapper's death. After the sad news broke on Monday morning, several celebrities took to their social media pages to pay tribute to the star. His Skwatta Kamp band mates were also shattered by the rapper's untimely death. Slikour described Flabba as a man with a big heart, and also said he was like a brother to him.
The rapper's memorial service will be held at Bassline in Newtown, Johannesburg on Wednesday, 11 March. It will be held from 12pm to 2pm.