Riky Rick’s baby mama and partner, Bianca Naidoo has taken the Johannesburg Master of the High Court and Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi to court to be recognized as his wife and executor of his estate as the rapper died in February without a will.
It has been reported that the rapper did not leave a will behind before his untimely passing.
The multi-award-winning rapper died in February after he reportedly took his own life at the age of 34 at his Waterfall Studios, and it appears he left a trail of problems behind him.
According to a report by Sunday World, Bianca is fighting for her rapper Riky Rick’s estate.
It is believed the rapper had secured endorsements from African Bank, Russian Bear, Kiwi, and Vaseline and owned a Mercedes-Benz AMG GTS coupe, a Ferrari, and more before he passed away in February this year.
The award-winning rapper also generated millions of rand in royalties, according to the publication.
According to the mother of two’s application, she and the rapper were “partners in a permanent opposite-sex life partnership, with the same or similar characteristics as a marriage after hitting it off on 26 May 2013.”
“At the time of my acceptance of a relationship with the deceased I lived with my first daughter, who was born out of a previous failed marriage. I expressed to the deceased that unless he was committed to him and having a stable relationship with a future, I would not permit him to meet my daughter. The deceased expressed that he wanted a long-lasting future with me, and we began living together with my daughter as a family during the same year of 2013 at my residential property bought for me by my parents in Bryanston Gauteng.”
Naidoo will be appointed executor and beneficiary of Ricky’s estate if she and her lawyers win the case.
The businesswoman adds that she and the late rapper established a financial interdependence because she performed all the administrative tasks related to the rapper before his death.
“Both I and the deceased were directors of Makgado Agency (Pty) Ltd, which we operated together in all respects.”