Ntsiki Mazwai Leads Protest Against Sunday World After Publishing Fake News On Euphonik’s Rape Victim

The protestors had just a few demands, they demanded that Ngwako Malatji, who wrote the article, resigns from the publication.

Ntsiki Mazwai Lead Protest Against Sunday World After Publishing Fake News On Euphonik's Rape Victim-SurgeZirc SA
Protestors/Photo File: Twitter

On Thursday scores of protestors made their way to Sunday World publication offices, amongst them was the gender-based activists Ntiski Mazwai. This comes after Euphonik released what he called a WhatsApp message from his rape victim. In the message, the young lady is said to be apologising.

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“Themba I’m sorry for what I did to you and DJ Fresh. The people who made me do this are turning away from me bc the lawyers want to push this further and the truth will come out and it was all a lie and I don’t know what to do bc nyani I’m scared I’m going to be arrested. Journalists are calling me every day. Please forgive me,” the message read.

With confidence, the media personality sent the said text to Twitter without hiding the number of the sender. Ephonik wrote: “On a serious note. Before things get out of hand. Can this girl’s family and friends help her before she hurts anyone else or herself? Unfortunately, my sister you’ve said, done and damaged way too much to expect any level of help from me.”

Well, fans didn’t hold back and voiced out their thought. A lot of them said that the message was fabricated and started comparing screenshots from their own phones with this one. Funny part is when Euphonik was told that he was lying about the message he went on his timeline to laugh as if it was some silly joke.

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The young lady who opened the case against him also came out to say that she didn’t send him any message. Despite social media being flooded with comments that WhatsApp message was fake Sunday World went ahead to publish that the victim was the one who sent the message. It was then that  Ntsiki and a group of activists came together to plan the successful march.

The protestors had just a few demands, they demanded that Ngwako Malatji, who wrote the article, resigns from the publication. Secondly, they demanded an apology be given to Euphonik and DJ Fresh’s rape victim. The protestors also complained of the article containing confidential information which was sourced from police statement.

The public cried out for two conservative days for the publication to remove the story instead it went ahead to share it on social media over and over. Euphonik has since deleted the message from his timeline. Here are visuals that have been gathered thus far:

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