Are journos being paid to target DJ Sbu?

Are journos being paid to target DJ Sbu?

Jun 01, 2015, 12:05 PM

Will DJ Sbu ever catch a break? It doesn't seem so.

The controversial DJ has been in the media for all the wrong reasons lately. The latest story, published by Sunday World, claims that the DJ lied about owning the house he showed off on Top Billing. 

According to the paper, the house belongs Roz Everitt, the co-owner of international property group Chas Everritt. Sbu is simply renting the property. Big deal? While some feel the need to blast Sbu for this, others are on the Dj's side. Euphonik, Sizwe Dhlomo and Kuli Roberts had this to say:   

He also took to Instagram to imply that some journalists are being paid to write negatively about him

"...Smear campaigns have been created to destroy his credibility in the media. Similar to a Presidential candidate, a certain number of journalists are being paid & he's targeted every other week because he's become a big threat tp business in the FMCG Sector in SA..." 

 

It is OK for a kid from an ordinary black family in the hood to become what he has become. Long as they employ him & he falls on the E Quadrant (Employment) & doesn't mess with their market share. But this kid is a different type of animal. Being on the E wasn't enough so in his 20's he positioned himself to the S ( Self Employed) Quadrant. He is uncontrollable because he relies on no ones paycheque. He figured that the only way yo create WEALTH is to get to the B (BIG Business) & the I ( Investor) Quadrants. He got sick n tired of being sick n tired & figured he's going to become a producer of his own products rather than only being a consumer. He has created the 1st 100% Black owned energy drink brand in Africa. Which has now become a major threat to big business in SA. Smear campaigns have been created to destroy his credibility in the media. Similar to a Presidential candidate, a certain number of journalists are being paid & he's targeted every other week because he's become a big a threat to big business in the FMCG Sector in SA. He's too dangerous because he is not afraid to speak the truth. Through his education foundation @slef_sa he is enlightening kids from high school level every week on how to create their own brands & become producers while teaching them about his own brand #MoFaya. He's creating his own new breed of future consumers & followers for his own brands who are going to benefit from his business model which genuinely benefits them directly like no other brand has. He's teaching new entrepreneurs & big Bussiness that a new way of doing business in Africa is through Social Entrepreneurship. He elaborates more on his Leadership 2020 Blogs & his upcoming new book #BillionairesUnderConstruction #SocialEntrepreneurshipIsTheFuture #EconomicFreedomInOurLifetime #WeCantBeStopped

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