For the past few days, social media streets have been rowdy after rape accusations were labelled on DJ Fresh and his best friend Euphonik… and this time it was a new set of victims.
A young lady who goes by the handle name @Nampree took everyone by surprise when she publicly accused the two DJs of drugging and raping her with her three friends. The young lady took to Twitter to detail an encounter she had with both the DJs. The lady revealed that she was drugged by the two stars along her three side though she wasn’t certain if both of them slept with her that night, however, she’s sure that one of them definitely had sexual intercourse with her which she didn’t consent to.
The youngster detailing the events wrote: “DJ Fresh and Euphonik will you ever acknowledge drunking me & further raping me?” she asked in Tweet before revealing she had to take anxiety medication in order to actually write the tweet as she went on to tag them.
“I was completed drugged, I don’t whether you BOTH raped me or 1 of you did & you later laughed about it the next morning saying we (me & 3 girls) were so drunk we kept blacking out but nasidlwengula…”
Just so you know? I was a virgin when y’all did that to me.
— Sipelele Madikizela (@Nampree) January 11, 2021
Telling his own side of the story DJ Fresh he was aware of the allegations levelled against him: “I am aware that assertions have been made about me on social media and I understand that this is often the price of being in the public eye. The fact that these claims are untrue and from an unknown source does not make them less hurtful.
“Furthermore, I am deeply concerned that spurious allegations about GBV, especially as it is one of the most significant societal challenges in South Africa, undermine the gravity of legitimate incidents, and impact the urgency with which they are attended,” DJ Fresh said.
“Each time someone succumbs to the temptation of using GBV to further personal agendas, the cause to eradicate this scourge takes a step backwards. Please, should you have a substantiated concern or be the victim of a genuine case of GBV, I urge you to immediately go to your local police station and lay a charge. Pursuing the matter through a legal and criminal process is the best way to ensure that you get the protection you need,” he concluded.