- Simphiwe Dana tweeted a statement that made it clear that she's still standing with victims
- This was pertaining to the case between DJ Fresh, Euphonik and a woman who came forward claiming they raped her
- Social media users engaged with Simphiwe on the topic with many wondering how the case got dismissed
Mzansi duo of DJs, Fresh and Euphonik are not quite off the hook yet. After their alleged rape case was thrown out of court, a few Mzansi citizens were not impressed. This is including the singer Simphiwe Dana, who voiced it out on social media.
Simphiwe took to Twitter and said one simple statement that got the timeline buzzing:
"We remember what he did to Penny. And the other to Bonang," she said.
DJ Fresh had an altercation with Penny Lebyane many years ago that led to an alleged restraining order, Penny recently opened up about it and said that the experience tarnished her name. Penny also says that there was never a restraining order, to begin with.
When it comes to Euphonik, he had allegedly physically abused media personality Bonang Matheba when they were still in a relationship.
Simphiwe maintains that she stands with the victim. Social media users reacted to Simphiwe's tweet on the timeline:
"You can't keep getting accused over and over kanti akhonto (but there's nothing)."
"R. Kelly would be in the studio right now if he were South African."
"How do we ever let such atrocities slide with these men? Like forget about it & show up to their gigs, listen to them, buy into their BS?"
"We still remember you got a guy out of arrest with your connections."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Simphiwe Dana says South Africa is anti-poor. The Covid-19 pandemic has certainly made things harder for South Africa.
Mzansi singer Simphiwe Dana took to social media to share her thoughts on the state of the country.
"South Africa is so anti-poor guys. People are losing houses and cars during a pandemic. Schools want their full fees even though they know we’re not working," said Simphiwe.
Simphiwe lamented the fact that it seemed like the government didn't have a plan for the nation's sorrows.
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