- A woman has come forward saying that she's pregnant with DJ Dimplez's child but he's not having any of it
- The DJ reported the woman to the police, stating that she raped him and that's how they conceived
- The woman has decided to keep the baby, much to the horror of Dimplez, who is not happy with this
DJ Dimplez has accused a woman of raping him after some of his files got leaked on social media. Apparently, the DJ has a baby on the way with an unknown woman but he's saying that she violated him. This resulted in her getting pregnant with his child.
The lady said that she initially met Dimplez at a party hosted by Cassper Nyovest and she saw him again a few times. She claims that Dimplez had asked her out on a number of occasions.
On one particular night after a groove, the lady said that she and Dimplez slept together. She felt scammed because she paid for their Uber and snacks that night and Dimplez wouldn't pay her back.
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The woman is now pregnant and Dimplez insists that she raped him. The sex was not consensual, according to him. He went to open a case at the Sandton Police Station and she received an SMS from the SAPS at a later stage confirming the case number.
The woman sent screenshots to a saucy social media page of a conversation between her and Dimplez on WhatsApp and judging from the messages, he was not very happy about the pregnancy.
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Maphorisa shaded Cassper and Prince Kaybee in a major way. Social media was left buzzing after Cassper Nyovest challenged Prince Kaybee to a boxing match.
Everyone was super excited for it - everyone except DJ Maphorisa. The music producer called out the stunt, accusing both artists of being washed out as musicians and resorting to theatrics to get attention. Taking to social media, Phori tweeted:
“See they can't make hits any more, now they wanna flight, aiiii... Sauta ya bora shame, confused nation."
Amused social media users shared their thoughts.
“You wanna talk to him, talk to him directly. Don't go through the corners.”
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