- DJ Fresh has taken to social media to share his views on people who force their beliefs on others
- He took the position that people should let bygones be bygones to leave each to their own
- The radio host was promoted to voice his opinion after Nicole Mashile was harrassed by trolls for her views on ancestor worship
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DJ Fresh has taken to social media to complain about people who force what they believe on other people, particularly in matters regarding religion and spirituality.
He advised people to learn to respect the fact that other people have different opinions and that doesn't mean that they are wrong.
This was after Nicole Mashile, a presenter, was harassed by a person about ancestor worship which started a debate on social media.
He chose to use the situation to put in his two cents about the matter:
“Why the f*** do people think it’s OK to impose themselves and their beliefs on others? Ditto people who assume you wanna know about the dreams they had about you! It’s rude. Annoying. Ma**** fela!” DJ Fresh tweeted.
In today's world of social media, people are constantly forcing their views on others with people taking personal offence if someone thinks differently.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that DJ Fresh has decided to motivate the class of 2020 by partnering with the University of Johannesburg to give away a bursary to one lucky student. The muso took to social media to make the announcement.
"Matriculants: Class of 2020 THIS IS FOR YOU! Three years of your varsity fees paid for at @go2uj … Imagine THAT! Read the T’s&C’s to ensure you qualify, answer a simple question and stand a chance to win a bursary!"
The bursary is accessible by following an easy set of instructions. It is only available to pupils who are currently in matric this year. The total cost of tuition covered will be R85 000.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that DJ Fresh had to quit law school in order to follow his dream of being a radio presenter. The veteran radio host took to social media to reflect on his radio career, which began in July 1992.
This is after his fans congratulated him for bagging the Best Afternoon Drive Presenter award at The Radio Awards 2020’s virtual ceremony.
In a new thread, Fresh told his listeners and fans his story. He started the thread by appreciating his fans for their support.
"Thanks for all of your kind messages and well wishes. You might or might now know, but I never make a song and dance of awards. The first and last time I did so was in 1994. Let me explain..."
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