Famed South African social media blogger Musa Khawula has dropped another shocking development regarding a popular radio disc jockey.
Khawula alleges that Metro FM’s Tbo Touch, Thabo Molefe, is once again on the wrong side of the law as he owes contributors to his show.
Based on a social media post, Touch owes several contributors to the tune of R30 000 and these are the journalist who spiced up his show.
The social media journalist says Touch and Prince Chauke have failed to meet their obligations to the likes of Philani Mzila, Kgomotso Moganedi, and Ngwako Malatji.
Mzila was formerly with Sunday Sun while Malatji is currently contracted and working with Sunday World.
“Metro FM’s DJ Tbo Touch and Prince Chauke have failed to pay Philani Mzila, Kgomotso Moganedi & Ngwako Malatji who are contributors of the segment called Leaks With Prince Chauke for the 3rd month in a row,” he wrote.
“It is said Mzila and Moganedi are owed close to R30 000.”
This is the second time in a space of a month that Tbo Touch is making headlines for money-related matters.
Back on June 23, Entertainment SA reported that the veteran DJ threatened Khawula with legal papers after reporting that he was facing allegations of fraud.
The Twitter user alleged that the seasoned radio host and deejay paid himself three salaries at the cash-strapped Soweto TV.
Khawula posted a thread on his timeline, saying Molefe was accused of running the Soweto-based television station to the ground.
Social media users also weighed in on the matter, some arguing that it seems problems are following the deejay where one social media user said as a top earner in the industry, he must be able to pay R30 000.
Sbuddah Mlangeni said:
“Isn’t Tbo Touch one of the top earners in the radio industry? He can’t pay up 30k out of the hundreds of thousands he earns monthly? Ai.”
Xolani Moore shared his sentiment on the viral Twitter post. He wrote:
“Why am I not shocked? Seems like trouble follows this Tbo Touch guy wherever he’s employed or appointed.”
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