We’re sure by now everyone has read the open letter addressed to Idols judge and MetroFM DJ Unathi Msengana. After the open letter was released via various social networks MetroFM issued a statement informing the public how they plan on addressing the matter at hand, well it seemed like MetroFM has solved the problem by giving Unathi a week off from work.
As a result of the letter, Msengana won’t be co-hosting the “First Avenue” this week and will resume work next week. MetroFM’s station communications manager Happy Ngidi has denied any allegations that Msengana is suspended.
Ngidi: “She is on leave for seven days and we have asked her to use that time to reflect on the issue and she will tell us if she wishes to respond when she returns.”
It was truly a rough week for the station as “The Touch Down” drive team was also given a week off work after they conducted an interview that was too sexually explicit for its listeners. The drive time has since been re-educated about the radio stations policy