Ntsiki Reacts After Getting Dragged Into Jub Jub's Scandal

She thinks his family is using her name to scare victims

By  | Dec 07, 2021, 11:09 AM  | Ntsiki Mazwai  | Drama

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Ntsiki Mazwai is not impressed by how her name was mentioned in Jub Jub's family's statement, addressing the rape allegations levelled against him by his former lover Amanda du-Pont. "Refrain from using my name to protect your son," advised Ntsiki.

Read more: Jub Jub Apologises To Amanda Du Pont

The Maarohanye family issued a statement stating that Amanda du-Pont's allegations have damaged Jub Jub's reputation saying they are false. In their statement, they mentioned Ntsiki Mazwai's name by making an example out of her situation with DJ Fresh.

If you may recall, Ntsiki Mazwai shared a story from Facebook of a woman who accused the disgraced DJ of rape and abuse. Ntsiki maintained that she only re-posted the social media post.

After dragging her to court, DJ Fresh won the case and Ntsiki was not only instructed to refrain from talking about DJ Fresh, but she was also instructed to also pay him a sum of R200 000.

The court believes Ntsiki did not have enough evidence to back her claim and was ordered to remove her posts which accused Fresh of being a rapist.

Read more: Court Favours DJ Fresh

This is what the Maarohanye family was referring to but Ntsiki thinks this is a tactic to scare the alleged victims. She also corrected the family saying she never paid R500 000 instead she was ordered to R200 000.

In her statement Ntsiki said, “I would like to correct something. I lost my case because I posted about an alleged victim and she did not come forward to verify the story. It is not the same as Amanda, Masechaba and the other ladies who are the originators of their posts and stories. I feel it disingenuous to use my case to intimidate these women from telling their story.”

Ntsiki reiterates that she cannot speak about this matter any further as she had lost the case, “My elders, I have been ordered by the court not to speak defamatory about my complainant, and as you correctly stated I lost. You also got all my costs wrong.  I was ordered to pay their legal fees which came close to R200,000. I don't know where you got the half a million from unless it was just to scare the other ladies.

“I find it terribly provocative to be used as an incorrect example to silence other women. Please refrain from using my name when protecting your son, especially sine my brand is known for protecting other women,” she said and concluded by wishing them well.

After his interview with MacG on Podcast And Chill, Jub Jub opened a whole can of worms when he spoke about Amand du-Pont and their relationship. But he has since apologised for the way he spoke about her and denied raping her.

"I have taken some time to re-watch the interview and reflect on my words specifically my exchange with MacG regarding Ms. Amanda Du Pont. It was inappropriate for me to discuss the intimate details of my relationship with Ms. Du Pont in public. I deeply regret the incident.

"I also apologize to my fans and the public for the inappropriate language I used during the interview. With regards to the accusations levelled against me by Amanda and others I have decided to make a room for the law to take its course and I request the media and the public to do the same," he concludes.

Read next: The Du Pont Sisters Are Breathing Fire

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