- DJ Fresh and Euphonik have been slapped with yet another lawsuit by Nampree, this time for defamation
- Nampree believes that Euphonik and DJ Fresh have spread fake information about her on social media
- The DJ's released a joint statement a few months ago, stating that they did not sexually assault her
It seems like it's never-ending for DJ Fresh and Euphonik. The pair have just been slapped with yet another lawsuit from the woman who accused them of rape, for the alleged defamation of her character.
Euphonik caused a bit of drama on the Twitter timeline when he shared a WhatsApp conversation between him and the woman. Euphonik said that the woman allegedly asked him to stop what was happening because she is scared. The DJ leaked her personal phone number in the process.
The woman, known as Nampree, also accused the DJ's of leaking her private statement with the SAPS online.
According to a report by Sunday World, she is shocked that the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) did not investigate this any further.
"The tweet by the first respondent was defamatory; a reasonable person of ordinary intelligence understood the tweet to mean that I am dishonest, unscrupulous and lacking in integrity. This was intended to lower my reputation," says the accuser in the statement.
In a joint statement, the DJs said that the charges were dropped against them because there was a lack of evidence. They might've thought the drama was over but it seems as though it is only beginning.
Briefly News previously reported that Ntsiki Mazwai is to write a tell-all book about the entertainment industry. Ntsiki Mazwai has always alluded to knowing all the shady details about the South African entertainment industry.
The media personality has even threatened to expose a few famous faces for their illegal activities. It seems her threats have some substance as the poet will be putting them on paper in the form of a book very soon. She said:
“I'm going to make ALL this money back when I publish the book of what happened behind the scenes. People are waiting to hear my side of the story.”
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