- DJ Fresh has done his best to keep his fans up to date with everything that was happening with him and Metro FM
- He may have gone quiet at times, but he made up for it by spilling all the beans
- Briefly looks at how the DJ kept fans informed
While Mzansi is still getting used to what happened between Metro FM and DJ Fresh, he's moving on with his life feeling happier and more free.
Thanks to his openness, Fresh's fans were able to keep up with what was happening - until the end when it was made official that Metro FM has fired the DJ, and he announced he's getting ready for something new.
Briefly.co.za takes a look at the five times Fresh made sure that his fans were informed and up to date.
When everyone was still in the dark about what the heck was going on, he told a fan that he didn't know either.
"Your guess is as good as mine. Maybe never!! Only Bodimo (ancestors) know these things."
After some time of no news, Fresh apologised for his silence and said he still doesn't know what's going on.
"I need to apologise for the wall of silence. It’s been three weeks of not knowing what the heck is going on. It has been as frustrating for you as it has been for me.
"Truth be told, one of the main reasons there has been such a massive silence is because we had an impasse with the corporation. At this stage, I can’t even tell you whether this impasse is breakable."
Later, Fresh admitted that he should have listened to DJ Euphonik's advise when he told him to listen to his gut and act on it.
According to TimesLIVE, he didn't delve into what their discussion was about and if he had wanted to leave Metro FM before his dismissal.
When Metro FM finally made Fresh's dismissal official, the popular DJ apologised for any offence that he may have caused.
"To those I offended with the use of the word msunery, I apologise unreservedly, and will do better next time. I start a brand new show and chapter on the first of August 2019. Watch this space, I cannot wait."
Fresh feels that things have worked out for the best, as he will now start a new journey.
"I have no regrets about how this worked out, because I firmly believed that fair labour practice is about correction more than it is about being grossly punitive. As a principle, I would sooner walk away from a job (any job) than accept such abuse."
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