Abuse-accused Euphonik shares his thoughts on abuse-accused Arthur

Euphonik at the Ultra Music Festival 2015 on February 13, 2015. (Photo by Gallo Images / Ziyaad Douglas)

Euphonik at the Ultra Music Festival 2015 on February 13, 2015. (Photo by Gallo Images / Ziyaad Douglas)

The king of kwaito is still going to sh*t on himself, claims DJ Euphonik.

DJ Euphonik recently took to Twitter to share his thoughts on how Arthur Mafokate’s assault allegations were being reported.

The DJ has faced his own episode of abuse reports after his ex-girlfriend, Bonang Matheba, accused him of physically assaulting her in 2012. Euphonik denies the allegations to this day.

Mafokate recently joined the list of celebs who have been accused of physical assault by their partners.

The musician and Mafokate’s rumoured girlfriend Busisiwe Twala, popularly known as Cici, recently opened a case of assault against him.

Mafokate allegedly dragged her on the street with his car during an argument after receiving a phone call from another woman while they were in their bedroom.

Their argument allegedly ended with Cici needing an operation. She has revealed she may never have children due to the injuries.

Mafokate was subsequently arrested, but reportedly opened a counter-charge against Cici. He claimed Cici assaulted him with chairs and tables while they were wrestling for his phone.

He further told police he was not aware she was still holding on to the car when he drove off in an attempt to avoid the escalation of their fight.

Only a few celebrities have shared their thoughts on the case, with actor Samkelo Ndlovu finding herself being blocked by the Kwaito star on Twitter for publicly criticising him.

Now DJ Euphonik has also shared his thoughts, implying, in his tweet, that what was happening to Mafokate was basically karma. He said the people who Mafokate allegedly paid to write stories about others were the same ones who were writing about his alleged assault. Apparently, this is only the beginning for Mafokate.

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