Dstv’s Moja Love exposed for allegedly doing this unlawful act
By ArthurM | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 2 views
Well, it is a dream of many to have their faces on the National television owning the spot light. Well, this channel on Dstv is known for opening up the industry by featuring new talent that the media has to offer.
However, Moja Love has been hit hard with the latest allegations of bribery and sexual favors to land a job in the channel. Moja Love is thriving as far as BBE is concerned, the channel is hundred percent black owned media company.
It has been praised for producing content that speaks loudly to black communities and helps them tackle social ills.
A social media user called Aviwe Brandon whose dream is within the entertainment exposed the channel stating that one of his friends was texted by one of the channel’s employees has sexually harassed the friend who auditioned for a presenting gig recently.
He posted a screen shot of the conversation on Twitter; "I'm so mad at @Umphakathi Moja's MojaLoveTv. My friend auditioned and got shortlisted by this man for the presenter hunt. If this is the way @MojaLoveTv of ‘opening up the industry’, it’s totally wrong,” he captioned the post.
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