Eish: Euphonik Reportedly Hits Ntsiki Mazwai with Gag Order

Eish: Euphonik Reportedly Hits Ntsiki Mazwai with Gag Order

- Mzansi music producer Euphonik has gone to the court to silence Ntsiki Mazwai for alleging that he is a rapist

- According to a local publication, the DJ approached to the High Court in Johannesburg to issue the gag order against Ntsiki

- Ntsiki's social media utterances came after the DJ and his industry peer DJ Fresh were accused of sexual assault

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It seems Euphonik has been seeing the shade Ntsiki Mazwai directed his way in recent days.

The media personality has gone as far as calling the DJ an abuser and rapist, something Euphonik is sick of.

The Sunday World has reported that the DJ took his frustration to the courts, the Johannesburg High Court to be exact, and issued Mazwai with a gag order to keep his name out of her mouth.

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According to the publication, Euphonik filed the court papers in the last week on Tuesday and gave Ntsiki 10 days to oppose his application.

Ntsiki remained defiant. The poet, along with other gender-based violence activists, have urged entertainers to not book the disgraced music producer.

Eish: Euphonik reportedly hits Ntsiki Mazwai with gag order
Euphonik has reportedly gone to court to silence Ntsiki Mazwai. Image: @euphonik
Source: Instagram

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Ntsiki Mazwai and Penny Lebyane were part of the peaceful protest in support of DJ Fresh and Euphonik's rape accuser.

Ntsiki and the radio personality led the #BelieveHer movement march to the Sunday World offices on Thursday, 4 March.

The movement has reportedly accused the local publication of being bribed by the popular DJs to blame the alleged victim only known as Nampree. They are demanding an apology from it.

Nampree took to social media a few weeks back and accused the two radio and club DJs of drugging and raping her when she was still a student. She then opened a case but it was thrown out of court due to lack of evidence. The DJs have also denied the allegations levelled against them.

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Ntsiki took to Twitter on the day and shared a clip of herself and Penny taken during the march. She captioned it: "#BelieveHer."

Tweeps took to her comment section and shared mixed reactions to the protest. Check out some of their comments below:

@MrKool67460344 said:

"Protest is never enough but the beginning of any struggle, I'm interested to see your follow-up action."

@zoe_mtati wrote:

"I love your spirit Ntsikiza. You never compromise with the truth."

@Owen01Ndlovu said:


@Loano44 commented:

"We are behind you. We believe her."

@DMichaeld85 wrote:

"What about the victims who fabricated stories to get most men in jail for selfish reasons. What are you saying about them?"

@azania_ts added:

"Some ladies lie about being raped, you guys need to address the interest of those victims."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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