According to ZAlebs, TV and Radio personality Sibusiso Lapoe better known as DJ Sbu found himself dragged and under fire from Twitter users, this comes after DJ Sbu tweeted that the intertainment industry is one of the effect most by the pendemic.
"People who are affected the most out of all these lockdown since they started is us in the intertainment industry. We also have families to feed," tweeted the business man and DJ.
According to ZAlebs, tweeps came for the business man and radio personality from all angles reminding him about what he allegedly did the day Pro Kid passed away.
@umalambane_zn: alleges that DJ Sbu uploaded Pro kid's music on streaming platforms the day he died because he wanted to make money for himself.
"Pro left TS records and all music that he made under TS records wasn't on streaming platforms. On the day he passed away he went to upload all the music on iTunes. He couldn't wait to make money yet didn't want Pro to make any off the music from TS when he was still alive, "reads the tweete.
They reminded him of how he couldn't wait to make money fr the passing of Pro Kid, as according to ZAlebs, he uploaded his music and that's when according to the Times Live media publication DJ Sbu, was once called by the public to hand over the rights to "Pro's" music and ended up doing the right thing.
Social media can remind you of what edod on the past, and that's what they reminded him of.
Source link: https://zalebs.com/drama/dj-sbu/dj-sbu-dragged
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