- DJ Sbu was accused of trying to make money off ProKid's death
- After releasing two of ProKid's albums to iTunes, some fans stepped forward and called Sbu an 'opportunist'
- Sbu put and end to the allegations and stated that he did it for the fans and does not need to make money off of anyone, he has enough of his own
Allegations that DJ Sbu was trying to make a quick buck off ProKid’s death and music, has been shut down. The music legend quickly set the bar straight on that one.
The allegations started after DJ Sbu made two of ProKid’s albums available on iTunes.
The two worked together on two of ProKid’s albums under DJ Sbu’s label. Dankie San and Snakes & Ladders had not been released on iTunes before ProKid’s passing last week, reported Times Live.
DJ Sbu decided to make the albums available on iTunes due to fans requests. However, not all fans found happiness in this.
Briefly.co.za learnt that some fans stepped forward and accused DJ Sbu of trying to make money off ProKid’s death by releasing the albums to iTunes. He was labelled an ‘opportunist’.
In a recent interview, DJ Sbu swiftly put an end to these allegations and reminded the public that he was making enough on his own.
He merely released the albums to iTunes at the request of fans and felt that it was almost like a tribute to ProKid. By no means was he trying to make money off it.
Sbu made it very clear that he has no need to make money off of anyone. He then stated that any royalties would be going to ProKid’s family anyway.
He then went onto highlight that ProKid and he were extremely close. DJ Sbu helped ProKid make it and he did everything in his power to ensure success in his career.
The music mogul closed off by saying that he himself was a fan of ProKid.
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