Euphonik, DJ Fresh clap back at 947 after being fired
Themba Nkosi (Euphonik) and Thato Sikwane (DJ Fresh) have clapped back at 947 following an earlier statement from Primedia, the radio station’s parent company, which has since revealed that the two House DJs have been fired.
Following a statement from Primedia that read,
“Primedia Broadcasting can confirm that, after careful consideration of the events of the last few weeks, the company has agreed to release DJ Fresh and Euphonik from their contracts,” Euphonik took to Twitter signalling that him and DJ Fresh had decided to call it quits with Primedia and not the other way round.
“After extensive consultation, legal and otherwise, we have decided that it is in our best interests to resume all our public engagements. We look forward to our names being cleared. Unfortunately we can’t find common ground with Primedia and have agreed a release from our obligations to the broadcaster, with immediate effect. Thank you to Primedia for all the great broadcasting opportunities and moments,” read a statement from Euphonik and DJ Fresh.
Last month a Twitter user by the handle @nampree accused the two renowned House DJs of raping her when she was still a student a couple of years ago at one of the Universities in Pretoria. However, both Euphonik and DJ Fresh denied the allegations leveled against them which then prompted @nampree to open up a rape case against them.
As a result of that, Primedia then took it upon itself to suspend the duo from 947 and all public engagements pending the outcome of the investigation.
However, at this particular juncture, it is not yet known whether or not the investigation has been concluded and what really led to the fallout of the two House DJs and Primedia.