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DJ Joe Mfalme breaks silence days after Homeboyz Radio controversial exit

Popular DJ Joseph Munoru, alias DJ Joe Mfalme has spoken for the first time after being fired from Radio Africa Group-owned radio station Homeboyz Radio.

According to a report by Kenyans, the DJ noted tha the was busy working since leaving Homeboyz Radio.

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DJ Mfalme noted that his mixtapes business is still booming, adding that he has resolved to mostly work behind the scenes.

“I am working at Maisha Magic and K24 TV and I am continuing with my mixtapes. At K24 TV, I work as a producer for a couple of shows there

“Sometimes I make guest appearances on the morning show. I produce Playlist and Countdown shows on K24 TV and on Maisha Magic, I wok on the Turn Up show,” he told Kenyans.

On suing his former employer, Mfalme failed to comment noting that it is a private matter whose decision he would make on his own.

DJ Joe Mfalme was fired from Homeboyz Radio alongside presenters Shaffie Weru and Neville.

The termination, according to Homeboyz Radio was informed by comments made by the breakfast team on Thursday morning, March 25.

Shaffie, Joe and Neville were accused of victim shamming a lady who was reportedly thrown off the 12th floor of Ambank House by a man she met on Facebook.

The presenters said ladies are too loose and available for strangers.

In their statement, the Radio Africa owned radio station expressed regrets, further distancing themselves from comments made by the three.

“The comments of erstwhile employees, were neither authorized, approved nor cleared with the company nor was the subject discussed and or authorized by the company’s senior leadership,” said the station.

The DJ later issued an apology in which he admitted wrongdoing following his comments about the woman in question.

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“I realize that my statements and contribution about the unfortunate incident that happened to Eunice were totally wrong and could be interpreted by some as encouraging especially at a time when we need to stand up against any form of Gender-Based Violence against women,” read part of his apology.

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