Euphonik was replying to Ms. Madikizela’s tweet when she said the month of February seemed longer than January and that she’s broke. “Akemde lo February ngath Ngu January Aibo andise broke,” she wrote.
“Lol because being a liar, an extortionist, a scammer and falsely accusing people you’ve never met isn’t profitable hey. Get help,” Euphonik replied.
On Monday Fresh and Euphonik announced that the rape allegations against them were thrown out of court.
“We are pleased to state that, after considering all of the evidence collected while investigating the claim made by Ms. Madikizela against us, the Chief Prosecutor has dismissed the allegations on the basis that the (rape) allegations are without merit,” reads a statement by Fresh and Euphonik.
The duo announced that the docket has been marked NOLLE PROSEQUI -a formal notice of abandonment by a plaintiff or prosecutor of all or part of a suit or action. (in the UK) the dismissal or termination of legal proceedings by the Attorney General.
“As we’ve said before, these are false (rape) allegations and we are deeply saddened that GBV, a serious crisis in South Africa, was weaponized in this manner. A huge thank you to all of our family, friends, supporters, and to our legal team,” said Fresh and Euphonik.
Ms. Madikizela, also known as @Nampree accused Fresh and Euphonik of allegedly drugging and raping her in 2011.
“@DJFreshSA & @euphonik will you ever acknowledge drugging me & further raping me? I was completed drugged I don’t whether you BOTH raped me or 1 of you did & you later laughed about it the next morning saying we (me & 3 girls) were so drunk we kept blacking out but nasidlwengula,” said Nampree in a tweet direct to both the well-known disc jockeys.