Thando Thabethe Shows Support to Euphonik and DJ Fresh's Rape Accuser

Thando Thabethe Shows Support to Euphonik and DJ Fresh's Rape Accuser

- Thando Thabethe has shown support to the woman who was allegedly raped by DJ Fresh and Euphonik a few years back

- Thando Thabooty took to the woman's comment section recently to share that she believes her story

- The woman has also denied that she sent Euphonik a text apologising for her accusations

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Thando Thabethe has finally showed support to the woman accusing DJ Fresh and Euphonik of drugging and sexually assaulting her a few years back.

The media personality took to Twitter a few days ago to react to a tweet by DJ Fresh and Euphonik's alleged rape victim. The woman, only known as @Nampree on Twitter, wrote on Saturday, 27 January that she didn't even have Euphonik's number.

Euphonik had earlier posted a screenshot of a message he allegedly received from @Nampree. In the message, she apologised for the accusations and asked Euphonik for help.

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In response to Euphonik's tweet, @Nampree reacted:

"I don't even have this man's number for me to text him!!"

Thando Thabooty took to @Nampree's comment section to share that she believes her story. The actress shared a red heart emoji along with her reaction. The stunner wrote:

"I believe you."

The case was thrown out of court due to lack of evidence. Other tweeps also shared mixed thoughts on @Nampree's post. Check some of their comments below:

@MakuaThail wrote:

"Apart from all the red flags in the screenshot... Imagine how stupid you would be to opt for texts instead of a call, even private so it never backfires in any case."

@ma_dawu said:

"You are still believed. There are apps that help photoshop WhatsApp messages."

@Wonder_and_Live commented:

"Please consider getting a restraining order against these monsters. This is clear harassment and you would have grounds for a protection order as they are violating your privacy and trying to tarnish your image. I'm so very sorry this is happening to you. We are here for you."

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@KMMainganye said:

"Don't want to sound insensitive but this is what happens when y'all drag a matter to Twitter instead of following the legal process from the first place. Themba won the case and is now accusing you of being mentally unstable, I knew this would end in more tears."

@_Memorie_ added:

"Nawe thula ke and stop defeating the ends of justice. If you say you don’t have his number, then how do you know him to begin with."
Thando Thabethe Shows Support to Euphonik and DJ Fresh's Rape Accuser
Thando Thabethe has showed support to Euphonik and DJ Fresh's rape accuser. Image: @djfreshsa, @thando_thabethe, @euphonik
Source: Instagram

In related news, reported that MacG criticised celebrities who practice "selective" cancel culture. The host of Podcast and Chill with MacG came out guns blazing in an episode posted on YouTube recently. The star called out activists, especially Mzansi celebs, who cancel people who are not close to them but keep quiet when other celebs within their circle are being dragged on social media.

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MacG and his crew were called out by celebs such as Thando Thabethe and Rami Chuene when they were dragged for making insensitive jokes about the LGBTQI+ community.

"These celebrities jump on because they just wanna trend and jump on whatever outrage is happening at the time."

MacG slammed Thando Thabooty for not saying anything when DJ Fresh was trending a few weeks back when a woman accused him of raping her. MacG believes Thando should have called Fresh out because she's a GBV activist. He told her to be consistent.

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