- Euphonik has been slammed by Boity after he posted an image of a detective alongside laughing emojis
- The DJ had been accused of sexually assaulting a woman, the case was dismissed
- The issue has divided the internet with people taking sides with some people not believing that Euphonik is innocent
Boity is not impressed with Euphonic and how he is handling the allegations of assault that have been levelled against him.
He had posted a picture of a detective with a magnifying glass alongside laughing emojis. He had also posted a text message Ms Madikizela had allegedly sent asking for help.
"You’re being a vile a**hole. This is not a joke!!! You’re being accused of the most violent crime and you’re turning it into a sh*ts and giggles circus! Either confess or let your lawyers handle this. But what you’re doing here on Twitter is disgusting!"
Euphonik has since deleted his post but not before screenshots were taken:
Her fans took to the comments section to react to her post:
"He posted her number to his million fans knowing very well how horrible people can be . I believe her fully!"
"If a case is dropped due to insufficient evidence it means he's innocent but if he was vice versa then a trial would have taken place especially when it comes to a person in their capacity the state would use them to send a strong message as they did with Mabridagado & etc."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Euphonik has shared a message he claims to have received from the girl who accused him of assaulting her.
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 are without merit.
The girl pleads with Euphonik suing his real name Temba, she apologised for accusing him and said that "people" made her do it.
In other news, 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 are 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.
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