Nampree is still fuming despite an apology from a Sunday publication.
Nampree accused DJ Fresh and Euphonik of rape on social media and later laid charges with the police. The case was subsequently dropped due to insufficient evidence.
The article published by the Sunday World in February was titled “Rape accuser apologises to Euphonik – ‘I am sorry for what I did to you and DJ Fresh, I’m scared”. The report falsely claimed Nampree wanted to drop the charges and that she lied about the rape allegation.
Nampree lodged a complaint with the Press Ombudsman about the report for unfairly stating as fact that she apologised to the DJs “for falsely accusing them of raping her,” Sunday World reported.
The Press Ombud ruled the publication had to apologise. However, the other complaints made by her, such as not reporting her repeated denials she was not the author of the “apology” and not exercising care and consideration in matters involving her dignity and reputation, were dismissed.
Nampree was far from impressed at how the apology was made and the ruling.
The family slammed Euphonik’s claims and added allegations they received a call from Fresh.
“The Madikizela family wants to make it absolutely clear that at NO point did ANY family member call DJ Fresh to state such. The Madikizela family is distressed at these false claims and rejects these with contempt,” the family statement read.
The family said it would “not sit back and allow the launch of a smear campaign and the public character assassination of our daughter in an attempt to hide from the glaring ugly truth.”
Nampree took to Twitter in January to allege the DJs drugged and raped her in 2011.