‘Don’t believe the hype’ – Touch dismisses liquidation rumours

‘Don’t believe the hype’ – Touch dismisses liquidation rumours

T-bo Touch has opened up about the liquidation allegations and says they are not true. Less than 48 hours after the allegations came out, the boss of Touch HD has refuted the claims.

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The allegations claimed that Touch HD was facing liquidation after they failed to settle a Durban July hospitality bill of R190 000. The money was believed to be owed to a Durban company called Boomtown.

Briefly.co.za has learnt that T-bo Touch said he has never even heard of such a thing. The media personality laughed off the rumours on social media.

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He released a statement essentially saying “Don’t believe the hype” and dismissed the allegations “with the contempt it deserves.”

He went on to add that he was just a businessman trying to get by like everyone else:

"I’m a young Black business man just like you. Fighting the same economic battle just like you. Created over 92 jobs over the past 24 months, to those who’ve supported me. God bless you for caring."

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He concluded by saying:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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