- Ntsiki Mazwai has shared her thoughts over the case against DJ Fresh and Euphonik being dismissed
- Although she did not name them, Mazwai was clearly furious over the verdict and blamed the justice system
- In a series of tweets, Mazwai suggested that the justice system favoured people of a certain social class
Ntsiki Mazwai made it clear that she was not at all happy about the rape case against DJ Fresh and Euphonik being dismissed.
It was earlier reported that the DJs are free to live their lives after the rape case that was levelled against them was ruled to be dismissed.
Mazwai had been pushing hard for the musos to be prosecuted and was vocal about her support for the alleged victim, Twitter user @Nampree.
She has since taken to social media to throw jabs at both the DJs and the justice system.
“Nobody was falsely accused here...”
She also said:
“The better English you speak... The more you don't get held accountable for your bullsh*t.”
Briefly.co.za had previously reported that Mzansi DJ's Fresh and Euphonik have had their rape case set aside. DJ Euphonik released a statement on February 15. According to Euphonik, the sexual assault claim was investigated by the authorities and it was found that the allegations were without merit.
"As we've said before, these are false allegations and we are deeply saddened that GBV, a serious crisis in South Africa, was weaponised in this manner," said Euphonik.
The Mzansi record producer thanked his family, friends supporters and their legal team.
South Africans were outraged when the allegations against Fresh and Euphonik were made. The timeline went into a frenzy after the woman tweeted that she had been allegedly sexually abused by the two.
Social media users reacted to the statement that Euphonik posted to his Twitter account. Take a look at some of the reactions below:
@MacMankge said: "I saw this coming because we all know that rich people will always get away with anything."
@LloyedRakgoale commented: "You are aware that this does not prove your innocence right?"
@NkhelaPatrick commented: "Served her right. She wanted to ruin you guys' reputation and the attempt has failed. I wish there was a way where women that lie about being raped to get punishment. This is a serious allegation that can tint a person's image to the society."
@THABELOMUDAU5 said: "Lack of evidence is always the order of the day when it comes to rape in this country."
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