The DJs are faced with rape charges and its not looking good.
The FeU pair, whose genuine names are Thato Sikwane and Themba Nkosi, face an assault charge after a lady blamed the team for assaulting and medicating her, alongside three different ladies, 10 years back.
Gauteng police affirmed that a proper assault argument was opened against the two at the Sunnyside police headquarters on January 13 by the ones who leveled the claims against them.
Primedia said they had taken a choice to end the pair's agreement to the greatest advantage of their business.
Geraint Crwys-Williams, the break CEO of Primedia Broadcasting, said: "This choice doesn't mirror a view on the veracity of any claims against either Euphonik or Fresh.
"Or maybe it focuses on Primedia Broadcasting's business goals.
"We accept that this choice is to the greatest advantage of our organization and our different partners," he said.
In January, a lady took to web-based media to openly blame the team for assaulting and tranquilizing her, alongside three different ladies in 2011.
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