Former 94.7 presenter DJ Euphonik has slammed tweeps trying to dictate to him how he should react after the r**e charges that were levelled against him, and DJ Fresh was dismissed.

Earlier this week the NPA confirmed that it had decided to dismiss the case due to lack of evidence.

Yesterday the media personality took to his Twitter account to hit out feminists and supporters of the alleged r**e victim’ who accused him and DJ Fresh of raping her in a series of tweets.

Some tweeps decided to police his reaction which didn’t go down well with the DJ and he made sure they noticed it when he tweeted: “You’re not going to tell me how to react.”

See post below:

You’re not going to tell me how to react. It was funny while our names were being dragged by this lying extorshinist. Keep the the same energy going. Have a great day.

— Euphonik™♛ (@euphonik) February 17, 2021

Check reactions below:

If I were you (knowingly having a history of abusing a woman) I will just keep quiet and not try to justify anything through social media. Just a press release will be ok. But Ka gore hlogo ke shape ya fayabolo   then goes for its hardness.

— Mo Khutz (@KhutzMo) February 17, 2021

We unequivocally believe her the first time my abuser beat me up there wasnt a third person in the room nor was there any prove bt that ddnt mean it ddnt happen bt second time around there was proof and witnesses so lack og prove does not equate to innocence

— Pamella Ma-sondo (@ma_sondo) February 17, 2021

I for one, didn’t say you did or you didn’t. But with my little experience I got in practicing law is that the statement which says ‘ there is no sufficient evidence ‘ does not imply that you didn’t commit the crime nor you did.

As I rest my case.

— Element of unjustice within the justice system (@Nonhlanhla002) February 17, 2021