Kidnapped, beaten and robbed for being gay – ‘I thought they were going to kill us,’ says survivor

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Tinyiko “Teekay Goldfish” Mathebula says being a hate crime victim made him appreciate life.
Tinyiko “Teekay Goldfish” Mathebula says being a hate crime victim made him appreciate life.
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He runs a successful company, Goldfish Productions Concierge and Lifestyle Services, is a DJ and is also artist manager to the stars.

But behind all the bright lights and success lies a person still healing from a traumatic experience.

Tinyiko “Teekay Goldfish” Mathebula (38) was once kidnapped, robbed, and assaulted for being gay.

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