EastEnders ‘hinted at’ Kush Kazemi murder months before death in Christmas clue

Eagle-eyed EastEnders viewers predicted Kush Kazemi would die four months before his murder.

Some fans of the show spotted a major clue that Kush would die on the Christmas Day episode of the BBC soap, months before the market trader was murdered at the hands of serial killer Gray Atkins on Monday.

Kush, played by Davood Ghadami, was shoved onto the Tube tracks in front of an oncoming train earlier this week while trying to flee to Dubai with Whitney Dean and his son Arthur.

As Whitney took Arthur to the loo, a furious Gray appeared out of nowhere to confront Kush.

He raved at him for “stealing” Whitney from him and his children, who she regularly took care of.

After a brutal struggle, Kush ended up crushed under the train while villain Gray racked up another kill – having previously murdered his wife Chantelle and Tina Carter.

But a clue to Kush’s death actually popped up on the nation’s telly screens four months earlier, as fans suggested his death was eerily foreshadowed at Christmas.

Kush headed to the Slater family house to tuck into a festive feast, with Stacey, Kat, Ruby, Jean, Martin, Mo, Ernie, Bert, Lily, Arthur, Hope and Tommy all in attendance – making 13 guests in all.

According to one fan on Walford Web, the superstition around ‘unlucky’ number 13 means the first to stand is the first to die.

The user wrote on the site: “There’s a superstition about that. Whoever stands up first, dies next.

“I think it’s a superstitious Biblical throwback (Jesus and the 12 disciples, homeboy was the first to stand up and make a speech and next thing you know he’s being crucified).

“Kush was the only standee… if he ends up dying then we’ll know they’ve possibly factored that in (unless it was a very strange coincidence)!”

The user might be referring to the Last Supper when Jesus told his disciples that the first to stand will be the one to betray him – which ends up being Judas.

However, the ‘first to die’ prophecy actually crops up in the Harry Potter franchise, as Professor Trelawney predicts the first one of 13 to stand will die, a recurring theme throughout the hit novel series.

When Kush’s death scene aired on Monday, viewers found themselves distracted by a huge Tube blunder that took away from the devastating scenes.

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EastEnders fans couldn’t help but point out the lack of commuters at a London Underground station just wasn’t realistic.

“So this is an empty underground station? In London? Really?” one wrote on Twitter.

Another incredulous fan penned: “Never seen the underground so empty… no one else around, no one.”

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