“I’m so sorry for the poster sent out by promoters tonight. Neither @Saso_DT nor myself had seen or signed off on the “policy” As we didn’t post it. Sincere apologies for the inappropriate requirements for our All White Brunch, that’s not how we roll,” wrote Da L.E.S.
Da L.E.S’ Brunch event poster reads that the fellas: haircuts, shape-ups, and clean shaves are a must.
On the other hand, it requires ladies to do hair-dos, waxing, manicures, and pedicures are also a must.
Da L.E.S’ poster continued to say that all confirmed guests will receive an email. If you do not receive an email you’re not on the guestlist and call nobody.
“Sanibonani (greetings) guys, I’m so sorry for the All White Brunch policy sent out tonight. The requirements were highly inappropriate and for that Ngiyaxolisa. We want all our guests including the ladies to enjoy a safe party space with us,” wrote Saso, real name Lusaso Ngcobo.
Folks started to wonder if women will be safe around Da L.E.S as his name once appeared in rape allegations made on Twitter in 2019.
According to reports in 2019, following the uproar from South Africans about gender-based violence and femicide, Twitter accounts have spawned where rape and sexual assault victims can anonymously expose alleged rapists and sexual predators.
As per reports, in one of the lists, the “Lifestyle” rapper Da L.E.S was mentioned and he broke his silence denying the rape allegations made against him.
In a series of Tweets, Da L.E.S started by mentioning that when he saw his name it was one of the worst days of his life and he was unable to respond since it came from an anonymous source with no specifics.
Denying the rape allegations, Da L.E.S said: “Yesterday (September 4, 2019) was one of the worst days of my life. I was accused of something so unthinkable and was unable to respond (because the allegations were made by an anonymous source with no specifics).”