In honour of Mama Winnie Madizikela-Mandela's anniversary of her death, DJ Fresh paid tribute to her by getting her face tattooed on his back.
The Mzansi celeb is famous for having many tattoos, so adding one more was not a big deal. He took to Instagram sharing a video of himself getting the tattoo on his back.
But his post didn't only attract positive responses. There was a handful of peeps who criticised DJ Fresh for putting he face on his body because he doesn't stand for all the things she believed and stood for.
But DJ Fresh didn't appreciate the criticism and clapped back in a very harsh way.
The follower who is known as (jimmy_splash1) wrote: "What’s the point of have her as a tattoo, but you are not standing for what she stood for. ♂️ you aren’t revolutionary activists. @djfreshsa stay in your lane Bru."
DJ Fresh's response was: "@jimmy_splash1 I suggest you go fuck yourself in your own lane!!"
After his response to Jimmy Splash1, DJ Fresh's followers started supporting his comment, saying that was the best answer he could give, and having a tattoo had nothing to do with anyone else.
DJ Fresh replied to one of the comments saying "@tshabellomaphopha I refuse to turn the other cheek when it comes to fucktards that feel other people’s bodies are their’s to police!! Fuck him and his ilk!!!"
Needless to say, there was no other response from Jimmy Splash1.
The finished tattoo looked really stunning.
A month ago, Briefly.co.za reported that rumours had been rife that Metro FM’s DJ Fresh was on his way out of the radio station. But the disk jockey laid the rumours to rest by saying that he would be back on Tuesday.
Listeners were shocked when they tuned in to find the popular show anchored by afternoon host, Mo Flava. What was stranger still was the fact that Fresh’s entire team was missing, causing suspicion.
Rumours started running on social media that this was a trial run to move Fresh to the afternoon slot, while Mo takes over the morning show. Speculation is that the official switch will happen in April.
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