Simphiwe Dana has hit at rape accused DJ Fresh and Euphonik, saying that “we remember what he did to Penny. And the other to Bonang,” kinda took us back, and here we are!inger
Simphiwe Dana didn’t make any mention of DJ Fresh and Euphonik – calculations are obvious here.
In 2012, the Sunday World reported that Mzansi’s “IT” girl Bonang Matheba was allegedly beaten black and blue by her tear-away boyfriend DJ Euphonik in a nocturnal love squabble on Tuesday (29 May 2012).
The publication also revealed that Bonang Matheba obtained a protection order against Euphonik, real name Themba Nkosi, at the Randburg Magistrates’ Court and his since dumped him.
It was also reported the then sultry Live AMP presenter also opened a case of assault against the former 5FM DJ.
According to the paper’s source who caught a glimpse of the indictment said that Bonang Matheba claimed that she paid Euphonik a visit at his Westdene crib in Joburg on the Tuesday night Bonang was allegedly moered.
Apparently, an argument erupted between the two former lovebirds. Bonang stormed out of the house and left without closing the main gate behind her.
They further reported that the ebullient Euphonik tailed her to her upscale apartment in Hyde Park. He found the door to her house locked and allegedly gained entry through a window. He then asked her why she did not close the gate to his house. She told him she was too “lazy” to close it.
The Sunday World reports that Euphonik who was taxed beyond endurance, allegedly unleashed a barrage of warm klaps on her. It is also alleged that he started kicking her like a football.
Penny Lebyane and DJ Fresh!
In 2019, DJ Fresh released a statement regarding sexual assault claims made against him. Taking to his Twitter on Tuesday, the DJ says that after being in the entertainment industry for two decades he considered himself a voice for the unheard.
“I have faced all manner of false accusations from anonymous and identified parties; to which I have rarely responded. The current allegations are false and without basis,” he says responding to the claims made by an ex-lover of 18-years-ago. – DJ Fresh.
“If you were 17-years old when it happened now you are professional career women, probably married with children or with another man who doesn’t want to hear it or colleagues, friends who cringe about it. Let go they all say because you are the unstable one… So don’t expect victims to say “me too”. wrote Penny Lebyane.
“…No one takes on famous men and win. Famous men have rights that no one has, they are allowed to be bad as long as they’re discreet they have a PR machine to cover for them…,” she said. READ THE STORY [HERE].