Shaffie Weru & DJ Joe Mfalme forced to apologize over insensitive comments on lady pushed off 12th floor by Facebook boyfriend

I am a proud and loving father to my daughters and will not and cannot condone violence towards women- Shaffie

Shaffie Weru and DJ Joe Mfalme forced to apologize over insensitive sentiment on lady pushed off 12th floor by Facebook boyfriend

Homeboyz Radio Presenter Shaffie Weru and DJ Joe Mfalme have issued public apologies over their sentiments on the lady who was thrown off the 12th floor of Ambank House by a man she met on Facebook (Facebook boyfriend).

In a statement, Weru admitted to have used insensitive and hurtful words towards the victim (Eunice), apologizing to her and her family. He went on to say he regrets any kind of harm he may have caused to Eunice with his words.

Shaffie's Apology

“My brothers and Sisters, I take this opportunity to deeply apologize for the statement is made on the Homeboyz Radio Breakfast show on Wednesday, 24th March 2021.

I realize and accept that my statements about the unfortunate incident that happened to Eunice were very sensitive and hurtful and could be interpreted by some as encouraging the already ongoing and unacceptable culture of violence against women and girls.

I sincerely apologize to Eunice and her family and I deeply regret any harm that I have caused with my words” reads part of Shaffie’s apology.

My deepest and sincerest apologies

He went to say that he is a father of two daughters and therefore he can’t tolerate violence against women.

“I, in no way, shape- or form support or tolerate any kind of violence. I am a proud and loving father to my daughters and will not and cannot condone violence towards women. Once again, my deepest and sincerest apologies for the harm I caused” added Shaffie.

DJ Joe Mfalme's apology

On the other hand, DJ Joe Mfalme also expressed regrets in his sentiments, apologizing to Eunice Wangari Wakimbi, promising to do better next time.

“…I would like to take this opportunity to apologize to Eunice, her family and anyone who has been a victim of Gender based violence for the harm that was caused by my words” read part of DJ Joe Mfalme’s apology.

On Thursday, Shaffie Weru, DJ Joe Mfalme and Neville landed in trouble with Kenyans, for Victim shamming Eunice Wangari Wakimbi who was thrown off the 12th floor of Ambank House by a man she met on Facebook (Facebook boyfriend).

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