DJ Fisherman explains his comments on the Mampinstha, Babes saga. While some people called for the muting of Mampintsha’s music, DJ Fisherman explained why muting Mampintsha would not serve the overall good purpose of all the people that worked with Mampintsha.
During the week, DJ Fisherman expressed his anxiety over the ramifications of Mampintsha’s actions over the abuse towards Babes Wodumo two weeks ago.
His statement stemmed from the news he received from his record label who informed him that his song – “Glama” which features Mampintsha would not be released because Mampintsha is currently in hot water for physically assaulting Babes Wodumo.
Frustrated by the news, DJ Fisherman explained why he felt it was unfair that other musicians should suffer because of another person’s mistakes and that muting Mampintsha meant taking food out of the mouths of not only people that depend on Mampintsha but out of other musicians as well.
DJ Fisherman’s tweets did not sit well with some people who thought that the DJ is unreasonable as abuse against women is a much more severe issue than having his song not being released.
However, DJ Fisherman feels as though his tweets were misunderstood and has thus released a statement to clarify what he meant.
DJ Fisherman began his statement by making it clear that he does not defend Mampintsha’s abusive actions and that his plea is more directed at the unfairness of how the music business operates.
Here’s more of his statement:
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