DJ Fisherman says boycotting of Mampintsha's music won't help

DJ Fisherman says boycotting of Mampintsha's music won't help

Since the viral video of Mampintsha assaulting Babes Wodumo emerged, many South Africans have called for the muting of his music. DJ Fisherman has joined the conversation with an opposing view. He says that muting Mampintsha would negatively affect artists who've worked with him.

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DJ Fisherman took to social media to say that that silencing Mampintsha is not the best option because there are many innocent people who are dependent on him. Briefly.co.za reported that celebrities such as Somizi, as well as the general public, called for a silencing of the artist, including all of his previous music.

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He did not deny that Mampintsha was wrong for assaulting Babes.

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Mzansi social media users were divided over his words. Many agreed with him, but others said that Mampintsha should have thought about those consequences before assaulting Babes.

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He called on experts to help find an alternative way to punish the disgraced Kwaito star without affecting others.

Mzansi social media users were divided over his words. Many agreed with him but others said that Mampintsha should have thought about those consequences before assaulting Babes.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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