Although both DJ Fresh and Metro FM have remained mum on the return of the presenter to the breakfast show, fans are now fearing the worst after DJ Fresh shared a post on social media about him making changes in his life.
Big Dawg, as he is known, made headlines and remained the talk on social media last week after Sunday World reported that presenter DJ Fresh had been suspended by the SABC for allegedly using four language on air.
Angry fans then took to social media using the hashtag #BringBackDJFresh to demand that the presenter return to his morning slot. They also threatened to boycott the station if their demands were not met.
But there was still no word from the station except that the matter was pending an investigation.
Even though DJ Fresh responded to questioned about his return to the breakfast show, saying he had no idea when that would be, the presenter sparked fears that it may never be on Tuesday when he took to Twitter again.
DJ Fresh shared a quote about moving on: “‘When it starts feeling like you’re running in one place, then it’s time for change’ – Angazi Ubani.”
Fans who read DJ Fresh’s post feared that he may be been hinting about his radio career at Metro FM, and the comment section was filled with messages urging him to return to his gig on radio.
One user even compared the post to a silent break-up, where you have to read between the lines.
Mbongeni Queen Elephant wrote: “This feels like one of those silent break-ups where you’re reading between the lines but still have hope. My mornings will not be the same.”
See below for some of the comments that followed:
Meanwhile, last week Briefly.co.za also reported that Bonang Matheba feels that SA radio station, Metro FM, isn't a very nice place to work at. This comes as the radio station is not very popular at the moment with Mzansi standing united against it over DJ Fresh's suspension.
Bonang Matheba has discreetly shown her support for DJ Fresh by dissing Metro FM after it suspended the popular radio host.
She responded to businessman Thula Sindi's tweet about the DJ's suspension and said that the radio station is a 'horrible place to work'.
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