The SABC Doesn't Want To Hear Dj Sbu Voice On Their Radio Stations!


Seems like the SABC is not over break up with Dj Sbu yet.

According to Sunday Sun, the SABC radio stations edited out DJ Sbu’s lines in the anti-xenophobia song that was recorded by Mzansi artists last month.

An insider allegedly told the paper that SABC's music compilers removed DJ Sbu's lines because they didn't want anything to do with the DJ.

“The SABC’s music department was given a mandate from the 27th floor offices in Auckland Park, Jozi, that DJ Sbu’s lines should be cut out. Music compilers were told his part should be taken out as he’s an undesirable person at the SABC,” the insider revealed, adding, “That was a directive from the top. If the bosses at the SABC don’t want anything to do with you, you get blacklisted completely. That’s the SABC for you”.



When contacted by the publication, Dj said: “I’m so disappointed. In the song I say that I’m an African before I’m a South African.

“I also speak about how I want my daughter to grow up in a united Africa,” he explained.


However, SABC spokesman Kaizer Kganyago said the SABC did nothing wrong as DJ Sbu wasn’t the only one whose lines were cut.

The drama started when DJ Sbu was sacked from SABC's radio station ,Metro FM, after the DJ advertised his energy drink 'Mofaya' at the Metro Fm Music Awards even though presenter were told not to do so.

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