"He Is South Africa's R Kelly!"- Mzansi Reacts To New Allegations Made By DJ Fresh's Latest Victim
By Sasatjie | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 1476 views
DJ Fresh and DJ Euphonik were trending on social media after a woman came forward and accused the duo of misconduct. The National Prosecuting Authority found that the victim's allegations hold no merit and cleared both Fresh and Euphonik from the charges.
However, there is yet another victim that has come forward. She went to Twitter and made claims that she has a child with Fresh and that she is willing to do a DNA test to prove her claims.
The tweet has been deleted by the tweet author but people already made screenshorts and are sharing them across social media.
This has divided the country as there are people who are asking why all the victims that come forward do it through social media.
Some are calling Fresh South Africa's R Kelly, and say that he has a serious psychological problem. People have been warning others to stay away from school kids because they are destroying their future.
His fans say that his victims should not go on social media to report a case years later, but should go to the police station when there is enough time to collect evidence because social media is not a police station.
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