Technical issues cited as reason FBK Millionaires show got cancelled

Technical issues cited as reason FBK Millionaires show got cancelled

- Why was FBK Millionaires cancelled? It is almost four months now since Forex Broker Killer started appearing on television

- The show had garnered several followers ahead of its premature shutdown, which left thousands frustrated

- So, why did Moja Love stop airing this luxurious reality show, yet it had thousands of die-hard followers?

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The FBK reality show had just featured four episodes on Moja Love and in the process, attracted thousands of followers.

One striking thing about the FBK show that had been running since 17 August when it first went on air, was its intense car racing coupled with flexing experience.

The cancellation was a considerable blow among fans who were already tuning to its rhythms.

Supporters have cited several reasons in an attempt to explain why their favourite show is now shelved, and while some of these reasons are reasonable, not all of them seem to satisfy the question at hand.

FBK Millionaires exposed and cancelled - Moja Love's explanation

Was FBK Millionaires fake? Several controversies have flooded the pulling of FBK and its display of luxury. While some people agree that DJ Coach is prosperous, others remain hesitant about this fact. Rumors have it that the show was banned because it was determined a fraud.

However, the channel maintains that it put the show on hold exclusively for technical reasons, with Moja Love's spokeswoman and head of marketing and PR, Lindiwe Mbonambi citing technical issues to have resulted in the pausing of the show.

"The footage had a problem and data on it was corrupted. The technicians are working on fixing the problem, and it will be aired as soon as everything is fixed."

DJ Coach Tsekeleke is not a scammer but an inspiration

Many have accused DJ Coach Tsekeleke among other FBK Millionaires members of faking their lifestyles, with the cancellation coming amid accusations that self-proclaimed forex millionaires are not indeed millionaires. The validity of these claims remains on the balance but the DJ and businessman, Kgopotso Tsekeleke Mmutlane, had this to say following his pulled show. DJ Coach has already escalated his feud to bash social media users who are accusing him of fraud.

"People can conclude whatever they want to conclude... I know they talk bad things but deep down they are inspired. If you are a guy and you are not inspired, definitely your girlfriend is inspired."

He further added that,

"If you are a girl and you are not inspired, definitely your boyfriend can't sleep without looking at my pictures. Not because of what I have achieved, but because I am an inspiration to the world."

DJ Coach Tsekeleke explained it all on FBK Millionaires Twitter as well as on this YouTube video:

DJ Coach Tsekeleke Instagram page is never without encouraging stories about FBK Millionaires. The page has garnered about 250k followers so far indicating how viral the show had become.

Will the FBK Millionaires show return?ms, the coach keeps on encouraging FBK millionaires to never give up and making others interested in knowing how to join FBK millionaires.

Will the FBK Millionaires show return?

Moja Love channel has not confirmed the likely return of the show in January. The release of their statement has left fans even more confused as they try to comprehend how technical issues could have taken away such a timeless show.

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FBK Millionaires members have broadly opened up on why their show was shelved after registering impressive success in their first four episodes.

The show is struggling recent backlash but has already confirmed a comeback soon if everything goes according to plan.

Episodes 6, 7, and 8 are scheduled for 9pm on 29 December, 26 January, and 23 February 2020 according to their YouTube channel, which has over 37k subscribers.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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