Black Coffee Speaks Out About The Allegations Against Amaru

The DJ is not speaking on Amaru's behalf

By  | Jun 15, 2020, 04:00 PM  | Black Coffee  | Drama

Black Coffee has found himself trending on the twitter streets after being called out for being a "hypocrite" after he posted his plans to hold a men's march against gender-based violence.

Whilst Black Coffee's idea most likely came from a very good place and with once again violence against women making gruesome headlines, the action is needed in the country, especially from the men of the country but many felt that the popular DJ should first speak out against his associates who have been accused of sexual assault.

Celebrity publicist Bonnie Meslane following the DJ's march announcement voiced out her issues with the DJ on Twitter in regards. Bonnie was allegedly abused by a former member of Black Coffee's camp and she alleges to have told the DJ about the said incident but he did nothing about the incident.

Bonnie in her tweets alleged that Amaru, during his time as a manager at Soulistic Music, was abusive to her and other people and if he didn't like the person he would get them fired, she alleges that Black Coffee knew about this.

The DJ has now spoken out about Bonnie's allegations levelled against Amaru and him, in a series of tweets the DJ gave a timeline of how things transpired between him, Bonnie and Amaru.

In 2016, Bonnie said to have resigned from Black Coffee's company on grounds that "Amaru was constantly narcistic, emotionally abusive & difficult to work with"[sic].

The DJ then went to explain that he and Amaru in 2018 were involved in a legal dispute and this resulted in Amaru's employment being terminated.

Black Coffee also alleged that when Amaru started his own agency in 2018, the first person he employed was Bonnie and he acknowledges having no relationship with Amaru since their fallout and has no friendship with him.

Do you think Black Coffee enabled Amaru or is it all just a reach?

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