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DJ Euphonik in a heated debate on Twitter over buying property during Covid-19

DJ Euphonik found himself on the Twitter trends list on Wednesday for a heated back and forth, after one Twitter user accused him of allegedly having vested interests in encouraging people to buy property amid the Covid-19 pandemic. It all started when the person shared that the reduced prime rate meant it was a good time to buy property. User Koshiek Karan responded to the tweet, saying: “It’s almost like interest rates never go up.

DJ Euphonik

He continued: “If a DJ who is paid by a property development company tells you to buy a house, do you think he gives a f**k about you?” Euphonik owns properties and works with Balwin Properties, helping them market their properties.

DJ Euphonik

He also partnered with bond originator Betterbond and hosts Property Matters, a television show which teaches people all about the property market. The DJ jumped into the debate claiming there is a lot of opportunity in the market at the moment. Euphonik added that while many knew him for his music, he also knew a thing or two about property.

The user responded to Euphonik, saying purchasing property during a pandemic was “both reckless and self-motivated”. He later claimed the DJ had a self motivated interest for people to acquire properties, which Euphonik responded to.

The debate continued when the user claimed that Euphonik had steered clear of disclosing his self-interests and should take the L.

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Somizi’s latest rant saw him addressing the thousands of people who attacked Hamilton Ndlovu for gifting his family with cars during the coronavirus pandemic. His Instagram video, shared on Wednesday, 27 May 2020, spoke about the jealousy that is going on within the black community, and how others are unable to be happy for other’s success. The video in question saw Hamilton gifting his immediate family with sports cars, which resulted in backlash from the public who accused him of being insensitive to those who are without during the pandemic. Read more

Source: Timeslive

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