‘I decided to do a wrong turn because I can’t take it any more, as you said I am broke and useless in bed,’ reads the apparent suicide note.

Late Yizo Yizo actor Christopher ‘Gunman’ Kubheka’s apparent suicide note has revealed, after weeks of speculation, the real reason he took his own life. According to the note reportedly seen by Sunday World, Gunman took his life after making a discovery that his widow, Cynthia Khumalo, was cheating on him. Gunman was found dead at his home after reportedly hanging himself last month.

“I am so sad, Toto. We have been together and trusted each other, now that you got new friends and a boyfriend, I am now your trash. So sad, I decided to do a wrong turn because I can’t take it any more asnyou said I am broke and useless in bed,” read the suicide note.

Gunman apparently also wrote in the note that her ancestors had told her to get rid of him because he was a “useless” man.

Khumalo, however, denied the contents of the note, saying she never said her husband was useless in bed, also denying that she had a new boyfriend.

“We had a normal relationship like a married couple, and I had never said he was useless in bed,” she was quoted as saying.

In fact, she was the one who always forgave her husband after finding him with various women in bed, she claimed.

“He was a serial cheater, but I never retaliated or decided to cheat to hurt him because whenever he was with me, I loved him regardless of his mistakes,” she added.

Late last month, his family accused his widow of knowing a lot more about his death than she was letting on.

They said they found it suspicious that Gunman committed suicide while preparing to leave the couple’s home in Soshanguve, Tshwane.

His aunt, Busi Kgaswane, reportedly told Daily Sun Gunman had spent a week at the family home before his death, saying he had already packed his bags and was about to leave the house.

“This whole thing doesn’t add up. Cynthia should tell us the truth about what happened there,” said Kgaswane.

Khumalo has been accused of abusing her late husband.

The family further said they found Khumalo’s WhatsApp status in which she wrote: “Some people are like clouds. When they disappear, it’s a brighter day,” suspicious, further alleging the hanging was staged.