Wilson B Nkosi is living in fear.
According to Sowetan, the Metro FM DJ has been left feeling unsafe after receiving threats from a Pretoria-based promoter.
This comes after the radio DJ failed to show up at his event in Pretoria back in May.
According to the the paper, Wilson decided not to pitch because the promoter had used a picture of his late colleague and friend, Eddie Zondi, on a flyer promoting the show. The promoter, known as DJ Best, has alleged that Wilson owes him R8,000 and has called the Metro FM host a liar.
Wilson, who will not be paying back the money, opened a case of intimidation at the Sandton police station, after receiving a threatening message which read: "... I am not getting my money back that's what you are saying, fine Willie. Please yourself, but rest assured that the last laugh will be mine with ir without the kleingeld [change], see you around."
Wilson also told the paper that he received calls off-air during a special show marking a year since Eddie's death. One caller reportedly told him that his life was in danger and hung up.
"It was more of a warning. It does not take a rocket scientist to figure out why the voice said Sunday evenings becasue I go play at gigs. That makes me feel unsafe," Wilson told the paper.
Police are stilll investigating.