‘Hands off Mac G’, DJ Sbu defends him after explicit audio content
DJ Sbu stood with Mac G after he received criticism earlier this week for an extremely pornographic episode.
Wandi Ndlovu, a maker of pornographic content, was interviewed by the podcaster and opened up about her lifestyle for MacG and his listeners.
Although what she had to say shocked some listeners, some think MacG went too far by paying Wandi to engage in a sexual act live on the podcast.
The podcaster has come under fire from many for using drastic means to get views.
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DJ Sbu, a local businessman and artist, begs to disagree and has stepped up to defend MacG.
DJ Sbu said in his defence that viewers of porn and other R-rated television programmes should not be complained about.
DJ Sbu adds that viewers of episodes like Bridgerton, The Wife’s sex scenes, and Adulting don’t voice complaints.
Even the R-rated moment from The Wife starring Khanyi Mbau was mentioned by him.
Sbu cautions adults not to let their children watch the podcast since it clearly has an age limit.
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Mac G previously brought a sex worker on the podcast
It was not the first time that MacG brought a sex worker for his podcast.
One of the sex workers he brought was Xoli Mfeka, an OnlyFans content creator.
In light of his prior defence of MacG against Tweeps, DJ Sbu is undoubtedly a Chiller.
Penuel The Black Pen once charged MacG with gatekeeping, saying he wanted other podcasts to fail so that listeners would listen to theirs.
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DJ Sbu Joins REVOLT TV
Hustlers Corner SA, a well-liked YouTube channel run by DJ Sbu, and P Diddy’s REVOLT TV have teamed together.
On his social media page, the DJ announced the happy news and praised the REVOLT TV crew for “making this possible.”
This collaboration comes after Sbu stated that if given the chance, he would not mind returning to radio in order to serve.
Sizwe Dhlomo made fun of Sbu by remarking that it is a 9–5 job, not serving, to work on the radio.
The two got into a contentious online argument, with Sbu responding to Sizwe by insisting the two are not the same.
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