I Don’t Want To Destroy The Career Of A Young Person – DJ Sbu On Why He Decided Not To Take Legal Action On Tweep Who Accused Him Of Stealing Zahara’s Awards

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Celebrated South African Kwaito musician and entrepreneur, who goes by the name has revealed that he decided not to sue the blogger who alleged that he was behind the stealing of Zahara’s awards so as to not ruin his little social media career.

 

A few days ago, South African singer and songwriter, Bulelwa Mkutukana, best known by her stage name Zahara opened a case of theft after 6 of her hard-earned music awards got stolen at her home in Ruimsig, Roodepoort.

 

Reporting the unfortunate incident, the said blogger alleged that DJ Sbu had contracted people to steal the awards so he could keep them for himself.

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Shortly after, DJ Sbu threatened a lawsuit if the said tweep refused to take down the post.

 

Speaking about the incident, DJ Sbu revealed that, unlike any other social media allegation, he was really triggered by the theft accusation.

However, he decided to let it slide as a lawsuit could cause the tweep of his career as well as all his money.

 

“God knows what I’ve done with my life. For somebody to write a tweet and say I sent people to go and steal awards. At that particular time…I’m usually never triggered by things on social media…but at that particular time, I was disgusted. I usually let things calm down.

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But that experience I got triggered and I responded. And then I was like ‘if you don’t delete this message I am going to have to take some legal action against you…”

 

“I don’t want to destroy the career of a young person who sees Twitter as a platform to grow their careers. I don’t want to send lawyers because I can afford to.

I don’t want to put that person in a position where they have to pay R100 for the rest of their lives because I sued them…”, he said.

 

 

Source: Vimbuzz.com
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