DJ Maphorisa has distanced himself from Botswana allegations and said he don’t owe Exzozo anything.

Speaking his side of the story to OverView Radio this morning, DJ Maphorisa confirms that he is aware of the circulating news in Botswana.

He stated that a police case has been opened against him by a local music promoter, Godwin Sebina, also known as Exotic Exzozo.

But the DJ and his involved team, express that they are not worried, about the matter, and still proceeding with his trip to Botswana today because Maphorisa is not in anyhow indebted to Exzozo.


DJ Maphorisa said he didn’t honour the Pretty Girls Love Amapiano Music concert back in December 2021 due to unmet obligations between him and the Promoter, Exotic Exzozo and it’s something that Exzozo had been pretty much aware of.

One party involved on the matter,casually known as Mdu, who identifies himself as the main financer of PGLA, also confirms that DJ Maphorisa is not in anyhow indebted to Exotic Exzozo.

He clarifies that he’s the one who paid for both Kabza De Small and DJ Maphorisa from his account.

Adding, Maphorisa had always acknowledged that wa mo kolota, and early this week, they started working on a repayment process which was fully met yesterday morning.

According to him, as things stands, DJ Maphorisa and the booking agency involved, does not owe anyone involved on he Pretty Girls Love Amapiano event.

DJ Maphorisa and his team confirm that they will arrive in Gaborone this evening, and they will be very much welcome to talk the authorities and the media over the matter.