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Bujy finally speaks out– addresses Boity fight and how it affected him!

Celebrity dramas are messy, to say the least – especially when the conflicts are downright unexpected. For example, who saw the Bujy and Boity

Celebrity drama is always messy, to say the least – especially when the conflicts are downright unexpected. For example, who saw the Bujy and Boity Thulo fight coming? No Handz?!

That was probably the worst fight last year, even worser than the Musa Khawula and Moshe Ndiki because so much was said and both parties lost (in a way).

Pictures of Boity drenched in red wine from the glass Bujy allegedly slammed her with, went viral on social media.

Well, ever since then, Bujy has been on a low not knowing he had so much he was facing.

Bujy recently came out of his shell to open up on how difficult it has been for him over the past months.

“GBV is a very sensitive matter in this country. Just last week, a good friend of mine was beaten to a pulp by a lover. So, if someone says (the altercation) was a GBV case, I just say we are all adults here and we know what happened at that hotel. Let us let the law take its course. For me, I want to use this time to heal,” he was quoted saying.

He then revealed he lost out on a lot including his home and two television gigs. And also A Djing gig.

“I missed two television shows. The first one I was supposed to shoot last year and the second one was coming this year. So those are all gone. I know they are both on television now. I have seen them. Even with my deejaying residency, they had put me on hold and said they wanted to understand what is currently happening first before I could go back. So many people did not want to touch me. Other people thought it was too soon for me to start booking the jobs,” he said.

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He is thankful for the support from his family and his fans.

Speaking on the whole incident, he said he would let the truth prevail, “It was more a caseof who is more popular, who is more believable, and it was easy for me to stay silent for the longest time because I am male. I have decided not to fight because I told myself that, when the time is right the truth will come out.”

He was since labeled an abuser and gender-based violence perpetrator. He took part in a march warning against gender-based violence called Khuzekani Madoda but he also received some backlash for that decision.