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Cyan Boujee addresses ex-manager assault allegations

Media personality, influencer, and popular DJ, Cyan Boujee has been trending after she allegedly attacked her manager. Taking to X, formerly Twitter @AdvoBarryRoux, revealed that the incident happened at a resort in Nelspruit.

Gossip blog Maphepha_Ndaba over the weekend revealed that her manager Wellington was assaulted by the DJ following a gig in Mpumalanga.

“After several punches and kicks from the dangerous Boujee one, the unconscious manager was rushed to the hospital immediately. “He also opened a case of assault, off-cause this after he got some medical attention,” reported the blog.

Cyan Boujee

The personality, however, hit back at the allegations and let her followers know her side of the story, reminding them how she will always own up to her actions, asking them how can she beat up a 49-year-old man.

“We are elevating. We are going international,” said the DJ, explaining how she is no longer with the manager and was joining an agency“. So, if a person can’t accept that he is no longer getting any percentage from the Cyan Boujee brand because it’s a consequence of how you treated me, there is nothing I can do.

“Believe it or not, I am moving on and I’m elevating. My team and I could have said so much because we were all present there, but we really don’t have the time.

Cyan Boujee

“So, peace out, choose your side, and you staying with the team? Or are you moving to the victim’s side?”

While Cyan joked about how getting arrested wouldn’t be bad as she was struggling with weight loss, Wellington was reflecting on how if the wheels were turned he would be in jail.

The whole incident had social media users weighing in on the drama, with many hoping that the star stops trending for controversy and instead for her career.

In other news – Sean Diddy Combs will reportedly miss 2024 Grammys

Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs will reportedly miss the 2024 Grammys after facing sex assault allegations. The billionaire rapper and business mogul, 54, is nominated in the Best Progressive R and B Album category for his latest project ‘The Love Album: Off the Grid’, but sources say he won’t be turning up at the awards after claims he sexually assaulted several women.

Page Six said it is standard policy for the Recording Academy to invite all nominees, and stressed Diddy hadn’t been “disinvited” from the event, but reported he won’t be going. The Academy told Rolling Stone in December about the accusations against Diddy: “We are taking this matter very seriously and we are in the process of evaluating it with the time and care that it deserves.” Read More

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