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Sad| Mzansi's media personality is going through difficult times once again

By Nhlanhla Maseko

While other SA Celebrities continue to be blessed with marriage, new babies and new business ventures, some have gone through the most and it continues to get worse.

Euphonik is a South African media personality, music producer and DJ. He is popular known for bringing house music on 947 to listeners accross the country. Euphonik with the real name Themba Nkosi is not only a local DJ but has also been recognised internationally for his music. Themba Nkosi went through a difficult time early this year when he lost his job after being fired by Primedia. He was fired by Primedia following rape allegations that emerged about him and DJ Fresh.

Euphonik denied the allegations which came with a job loss for gum and in denying said, " Shout out to the toxic feminist delusionist that don't know the difference between fact and fiction. You can't rape someone you've never met and don't know. No marter how much you want to believe it, it won't make it true".

It seems as if there's a dark cloud hanging over Euphonik as he is again in the same year going through a difficult time. Euphonik is allegedly being demanded R11 milluon for unpaid taxes by The South African Revenue Services (SARS) and failure to pay the demanded amount in 10 days, civil action will be taken against him.

In 2019, Euphonik's company was taken to Joburg High Court after allegedly failing to pay the demanded about R4 million by SARS out of all that the company owed. Life is unpredictable, Euphonik used to be one of the DJ's regarded as the best and spoken highly of. Today he is being attacked by difficult times and stands at loosing it all, Euphonik definitely needs prayers.

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Sources:

https://www.sarichandfamous.com/2021/10/03/euphonik-owes-sars-r11-million

https://www.news24.com/citypress/trending/sars-goes-after-euphonik-for-r11-million-20211003

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