I strike myself as a khulumanathi, not illuminati, says DJ Fresh

DJ Fresh. File picture: Refilwe Modise

DJ Fresh. File picture: Refilwe Modise

It is hard for some to believe the DJ could have survived for so long in the music industry.

DJ Fresh, real name Thato Sikwane, has addressed rumours started by a fake Trevor Noah Facebook page alleging that he was a member of the illuminati. The article, titled ‘List of African stars accused of joining illuminati revealed’, named the DJ as one of the celebrities whose success was a result of their membership in the secret society.

DJ Fresh has laughed off the rumour on Instagram and says he does not regard himself as an illuminati, but rather a khulumanathi (IsiZulu word for ‘speak to us’), for someone who was in radio.

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DJ Fresh is not the first and probably not the last to be accused of being a member of the illuminati. Last year during the SAMAs, Luthando ‘Loot Love’ Shosha and Nomuzi Mabena shared pictures of the two sitting next to each other with poses some of their followers said showed they were in the illuminati.



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