Johannesburg – Media personality Boity Thulo did not mince her words when she responded to a now-deleted tweet from radio host DJ Euphonik.
This comes after Euphonik posted a screenshot of a message purportedly from a woman who accused him and his friend, DJ Fresh, of rape.
Euphonic also posted a picture of a detective and a magnifying glass which was accompanied by laughing emojis.
After receiving backlash from Twitter users, including Boity, Euphonik deleted the tweets.
Twitter accused Euphonik of photo-shopping the screenshots after the woman responded saying she never messaged him.
“You’re being a vile a**hole. This is not a joke!!!” said Boity, responding to the post.
“ You’re being accused of the most violent crime and you’re turning it into a sh*ts and giggles circus!
“Either confess or let your lawyers handle this. But what you’re doing here on Twitter is disgusting!”
Last month the National Prosecuting Authority confirmed that it would not be prosecuting the DJ duo on a rape charge as there was not enough evidence to prosecute them.
The DJs, real names Thato Sekwana and Themba Nkosi, were accused of allegedly raping and drugging a woman and three others 10 years ago.
This came after a woman took to Twitter to publicly accuse them.
The woman also called for the two to acknowledge they had raped her, saying she was a virgin at the time of the incident and had to take anxiety medication before she could speak about it on social media.
They denied the allegations, while the woman opened a rape case at the Sunnyside Police Station in early January.