DJ Euphonik’s Estranged 2nd Wife Claims the Star’s Side Chick Is Pregnant

Euphonik, a South African music producer and DJ, recently opened a premium brand store in Sandton with DJ Black Coffee. The star’s dirty laundry was recently revealed in public.

DJ Euphonik, also known as Themba Mbongeni Nkosi, was criticized on social media for implying that Cassper Nyovest’s rivalry aided AKA’s success.

The star’s split second wife recently revealed that Euphonik knocked up his side girl. She revealed all of this in a supplementary affidavit submitted two weeks ago in the Johannesburg High Court.

According to an unnamed source, the DJ’s mistress had birth on April 14, 2024, at Mediclinic Morningside Hospital.

She said:

“Euphonik’s girlfriend was taken to the Mediclinic Mornigside Hospital where she gave birth on the 14th of April 2024 after 7pm but I don’t the gender of their newborn.”

MDNews said that the music producer had impregnated his mistress, writing:

“Euphonik knocks up his side chick, estranged second wife tells court. According to Sunday World, DJ Euphonik has impregnated his mistress in what appears to be the polygamist artist’s move to expand his harem.

“News that Euphonik is expecting a love child was revealed by his estranged second wife in a supplementary affidavit she filed two weeks ago in the Johannesburg High Court, where the two former lovebirds are facing off after a vehement disagreement over their co–parenting arrangement.”

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Many netizens reacted to news that the DJ’s mistress was pregnant. Check out some of the comments below.

@sabelostorm wrote:

“Nothing wrong with that, he’s a king.”

@General_Sport7 said:

“Hectic stuff for Euphonik.”

@villainguptas shared:

“He fumbled.”

@TheRealSmomoh commented:

“He managed to score.”

@Sphume_Minnie mentioned:

“Abantu besithembu banjalo ke, they have wives and girlfriends.”

@sufficient_love responded:

“So affidavit has been made public yoh being famous.”

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