Penny Lebyane And Ntsiki Show Nampree Support In Peaceful Protest

Penny Lebyane And NtsikiWomen and men of all ages gathered outside local paper Sunday World’s offices to hold a peaceful protest, after the publication continued to spread news of a ‘fake apology’ from Nampree to DJ Euphonik.

The alleged victim of the rape incident Ms. Madikizela had continuously defended herself saying she did not apologise to Euphonik neither does she have his number. In the supposed apology, Nampree seems to “admit” that she was paid by certain people to fabricate a rape story.

After being called out for photoshopping the supposed WhatsApp text, Euphonik laughed the whole incident off and made a joke about it. Whilst a livid Ms Madikizela tried to defend herself from people who texted her and called her using the number that was exposed by Euphonik.

The publication continued to publish the story and share it on their social media. This caused many social media users to drag the publication and also birthed the idea of a peaceful protest outside their premises in Dunkeld West, North of Johannesburg.“This morning we’re in Dunkeld West, North of Johannesburg where women are staging a picket outside Sunday World offices in response to a recent article published by the paper this past weekend. #IBelieveHer group says the paper is complicit in the abuse of women.”In attendance was poet and activist Ntsiki Mazwai who dedicated most of her time voicing out her disapproval of the rape accused and showing support to rape victims at large. At the forefront with her at the #IBelieveHer movement was DJ Fresh’s ex lover Penny Lebyane and Rosie Motene.