- DJ Fresh is one who many would call an "OG" because of his extensive career in the entertainment industry
- But the Big dawg almost didn't get into DJing and recently opened up about how he left law school for music
- Fresh shared a throwback photo from when he DJed with cassette tapes and received encouraging messages from fans and peers
DJ Fresh recently told how he dumped law school to pursue his passion for becoming a DJ. The WAW (What A Week) host shared an old photo of his 18-year-old self when he was a budding DJ rocking with cassette tapes and had followers amazed at how far he's come.
DJ Fresh opens up about dropping school for DJing
DJ Fresh has been in the music and entertainment industry for over 30 years! The amateur make-up artist, real name Thato Sikwane, recently opened up about how he got into DJing, saying he was stuck between a rock and a hard place.
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"As fate would have it, and God having the sense of humour that she does, got my first radio gig when I was 19, sealing my DJ fate for good! IT WAS WORTH IT!"
According to his Instagram bio, Fresh has been a DJ since 1985, and the 51-year-old still looks as "fresh" as ever!
Mzansi shows love to DJ Fresh
Followers were amazed at Fresh's extensive career in the music industry and praised him for following his passion:
zola_hashatsi was grateful:
"I'm glad you did not deny us the talent that is DJ Fresh. That would have been unlawful!"
clintonthebrink praised Fresh:
"The G in O.G!"
"For the love of Radio and Music, coming far skhokho!"
"Yah, it’s in your blood!"
"What A Throwback, Spinning A Cassette!"
kellymou_21 was in disbelief:
"Hahah, there is nooo waaay!"
jr.kingdavid was in stitches:
"The cassettee and hairstyle are killing me!"
zack_leno was confused:
"Thato, is this you??"
Thabiso Sikwane speaks on co-parenting with DJ Fresh
In a recent report, Briefly News shared the details behind DJ Fresh and his ex-wife Thabiso Sikwane's co-parenting relationship, where Thabiso said it's been smooth sailing:
"We are both present in our children's lives. I don't use the term co-parenting because nothing has changed in terms of how we see our roles as parents, and I'm really grateful for that.”
The award-winning broadcaster recently opened up about the traumatic experience of when she was hijacked.
Source: Briefly News