- After only four episodes on Mzansi screens, FBK Millionaires has been cancelled
- This comes after claims have been floating around that the show's star is faking his lavish lifestyle
- No real explanation has been given for why the show has been taken off the air, but technical difficulties have been mentioned
Moja Love has decided to axe the reality show, FBK Millionaires, and this after only showing four episodes.
TimesLIVE reports that there are claims that the show's star, businessman Kgopotso Tsekeleke Mmutlane, known also as DJ Coach, is faking his luxurious millionaire lifestyle.
The show started airing on 17 August, Briefly.co.za gathered. However, this weekend, fans were greeted by a message that stated that FBK Millionaires had been cancelled.
There has been no other explanation or reason offered for the abrupt cancellation of the show, but the channel's head of marketing and PR, Lindiwe Mbonambi, said technical difficulties were to blame.
Mbonambi also said technicians are "working on solving the issue" but did not say whether or not the show would return to Moja Love.
There has been controversy swirling around the show and many people feel that DJ Coach is a scammer who isn't as wealthy as he wants Mzansi to believe.
DJ Coach insists that he isn't a scammer and that the technical issues are what's to blame for the cancellation of his show.
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