DJ Euphonik’s first wife has reportedly called it quits after the DJ whose real name is Themba Nkosi married a third wife.
According to Sunday World, Advocate Aurelia Nxumalo has moved out of the farmhouse that Euphonik shares with his wives. The pair has two children together.
A source told the publication that Aurelia did not expect him to take another wife. “Remember, she is all about women empowerment and doesn’t subscribe to that.”
The publication also quoted another source that revealed that Euphonik’s second wife Kholeka Qiniso, is okay with having more sister wives, “She knows where she stands with her man, and he is responsible enough to take care of all of them.”
Euphonik and his new wife are reportedly set to have the biggest Umemolo and Umembeso ceremonies this weekend, and DJ Fresh and Black Coffee are on the guest list.
Meanwhile, DJ Fresh confirmed his split with now ex-wife Thabiso Sekgwane after 20 years of Marriage. In a joint statement that the couple issued, Fresh shared that they are already finalizing their divorce.
“There will never be drama between us because we will forever love each other and we’ve got three beautiful kids to raise and that is our focus,” he said.
— DJ Fresh (Big Dawg) (@DJFreshSA) February 7, 2022
Last year Euphonik and Fresh were accused of rape. @Nampree on Twitter alleged that the pair drugged and raped her and her three other friends.
“@DJFreshSA & @euphonik will you ever acknowledge drugging me & further raping me? I was completed drugged I don’t (know) whether you BOTH raped me or 1 of you did & you later laughed about it the next morning saying we (me & 3 girls) were so drunk we kept blacking out but nasidlwengula (you raped us)” she tweeted. “Just so you know? I was a virgin when y’all did that to me,” @Nampree claimed.
However, the internationally renowned DJs denied the allegations, and the charges were later dropped by the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) due to insufficient evidence.
DJ Fresh told IOL that he did not know those women. He said, “I am aware that assertions have been made about me on social media and I understand that this is often the price of being in the public eye. The fact that these claims are untrue and from an unknown source, does not make them less hurtful,
“I am deeply concerned that spurious allegations about Gender-Based Violence, especially as it is one of the most significant societal challenges in South Africa, undermine the gravity of legitimate incidents, and impact the urgency with which they are attended. Each time someone succumbs to the temptation of using GBV to further personal agendas, the cause to eradicate this scourge takes a step backward.“