DJ Maphorisa Could Care Less About Man Threatening Him

Phori is unshaken

By  | Jul 18, 2022, 05:13 PM  | DJ Maphorisa  | Drama

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Yesterday a man by the name of Thabiso Floyd Tshabalala, Twitter handle @francwear threatened to stop The Scorpion Kings event from happening. The man caused a ruckus on social media when he alleged to have some dirt on DJ Maphorisa and even made some threats.

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Thabiso started off by threatening to stop Maphorisa and Kabza's gig at Konka Soweto last night. He asked the promoter and patrons to not attend as it would not be safe.

But later backtracked and claimed to have reached an agreement to have the DJs play at Konka.

But he continued to threaten any promoters who continue to book Maphorisa ahead of Scorpion Kings, saying he will make things extremely difficult for them.

"I’m going to say this again, your deadline to get back to me is today at 11:59 pm or else don’t go to @KonkaSoweto tomorrow!! While you’re at it, postpone this event of mine until I give you the go-ahead!! Kind Regards Thabiso Floyd Tshabalala."

"I am Scorpion Kings Live at Sun Arena and yes, there will be no event without me the third member. Your keeper has stolen from the wrong person this time, a person who doesn’t even like your God!!"

"If I see one promoter booking @DjMaphorisa from here on, I’m calling the community of where the establishment is in order to cancel these events. I don’t need goons or any friends to help. I’ll do it all by myself."

But Maphorisa took these threats lightly and laughed at the man, saying he probably does not have any money for lawyers.
Maphorisa then threw shade at the man by posting a video of a man saying tough people like to act all tough but really they are not, they are just broke and angry.
With all the scandals that keep hounding Maphorisa, some people have even called him SA's very own Suge Knight. 

Just a few days ago, Sir Trill sparked a debate when he said his album release is being halted by some forces beyond his control. 

“It’s not me who doesn’t want to drop music. They’re trying to shut me down. Working overtime to cancel my shows outside when all I did was help the same people.”

“I wish you guys saw people for who they really are. It’s ‘you either let us eat from your plate or you don’t eat at all. I’m still not gonna sign my hard work, sweat and tears away to anybody,” said Sir Trill on Instagram.

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