Khuli Chana recently took to social media to announce the release of his documentary film, Picking Up The Pieces: The Khuli Chana Story at Sterkenikors nationwide from 1st-4th September.
At the premiere of the documentary he had the following to say about the film “It’s about where I’ve been in the last three years, it’s about me sharing my pain and telling you more about 2013. 2013 was a good year, but, you know, sh*t happened,”
“I went to therapy for a couple of sessions, and I was outta there. I was like, ‘Aight, ke grand’ (I’m good). When I was ready to release new material, I figured: let me put out a documentary and talk about it. Let me do something I hardly do, which is talk”.
“It showed me that there is a dark side. It showed me that there’s good police, and that there’s really bad, f*cked-up police. But above them, there’s a God. There’s a higher being. There’s certain things you cannot explain. Like how do you walk out alive from 9 bullets? Three headshots? There’s a higher being, that’s the guy that pulled me out of that car alive,”