The South African tv character, rapper, actress and businesswoman Boitumelo Thulo, popularly often known as Boity, just lately got here to the defence of an alleged rape victim on social media saying that DJ Euphonik is being “a vile a**hole”.
Boity’s remarks comes after the National Prosecuting Authority’s choice to dismiss the rape case towards DJ Fresh and Euphonik on account of “a lack of sufficient evidence”. But, it appears the battle on Twitter is ongoing between the DJs and the accuser, who has been recognized as ‘Ms Madikizela’ (@Nampree).
Boity breaks her silence on Euphonik
According to TimesLive, the choice to not prosecute the case continues to be a subject of dialogue on social media, whereas the DJs themselves proceed to make “snide remarks” aimed on the alleged victim.
At the tip of February, Euphonik took to Twitter to publish a meme of a detective with a magnifying glass, accompanied by laughing emojis. The meme adopted on from a number of different tweets, which have been seen as taking purpose on the alleged victim.
“You’re being a vile a**hole. This is not a joke! You’re being accused of the most violent crime and you’re turning it into a sh**s and giggles circus! Either confess or let your lawyers handle this. But what you’re doing here on Twitter is disgusting!” Boity stated to Euphonik in a tweet.
It is alleged that almost all celebrities have opted to maintain names out of their social media posts, therefore Boity trended for hours for being one of many first to tag Euphonik and name him out straight.
Meanwhile, the South African mannequin and wonder pageant titleholder who was topped Miss Universe 2019, Zozibini Tunzi additionally took the chance to name out one other influencer Vuyo Tshangana who was accused of raping his buddy final month.
PAIR SACKED BY PRIMEDIA
Primedia Broadcasting stated on Wednesday 10 February that they’d terminate contracts with DJ Fresh and Euphonik, following the rape allegations made towards the lads again in January.
The termination was issued with fast impact, with Primedia Broadcasting Interim CEO Geraint Crwys-Williams confirming that the choice was “made after careful consideration of the events of the past weeks”.
Crwys-Williams stated it was within the “best interest of the company”, and added that the choice “does not reflect a view on the veracity of any allegations against either Euphonik or Fresh”.
“Rather it prioritises Primedia Broadcasting’s business imperatives. We believe that this decision is in the best interest of our company and our various stakeholders”.