Kikuyu Mugithi Disc Jockey turned artist, Lawrence Wagura alias DJ Fatxo, has come out to clear the air on the allegations of his involvement in Jeff Mwathi’s death. The young interior decorator reportedly died after jumping off from the DJ’s apartment.
On Thursday, the cum-artist took it to his Facebook page to address everything in a long post. He sympathized with the family of the deceased as he expressed his sincere condolences. Fatxo also acknowledged the fact that the accusations have caused great pain to a lot of people including him.
“First and foremost, I want to express my deepest sympathies to Jeff’s family and friends, and to anyone else who has been affected by this situation. I know that this has been a difficult time for many people, and I want to acknowledge the pain and hurt that has been caused by these accusations,” he wrote in part.
The DJ further revealed that his named has being cleared by the Directorate of Criminal Investigation as they found him innocent of the murder after a thorough investigation. However, he confirmed that there are people who are still holding their anger, frustrations and disappointments towards the whole situation.
“I also want to take this opportunity to clear my name and to assure you all that I have been found not guilty after thorough investigations by the DCI detectives and the ODPP. While I am relieved to have this behind me, I know that there are still people who may be struggling with feelings of anger, frustration, and disappointment,” Fatxo continued.
The “Mang’a” hitmaker ranted on experiencing cyber bullying over “mere” accusations and hearsays. He urged people to stop jumping into conclusions on matters that they don’t fully comprehend. He explained how he has being experiencing a challenging time both emotionally and physically. In addition, the DJ shared how damaging and hurtful it is to be on the receiving end of false accusations and cyberbullying.
“I want to use this situation to remind all of us of the importance of not jumping to conclusions or cyberbullying anyone based on mere accusations or hearsay stories. As many of you know, I have gone through a very difficult period both emotionally and physically, and I know firsthand how damaging and hurtful it can be to be on the receiving end of false accusations and cyberbullying,” the DJ stated.
The artist urged people to judge situations with open minds and based on facts. He stated that everyone should learn to be more compassionate, understanding and respectful towards the other. He concluded by expressing his gratitude to everyone who supported him all through his trial period.
In yet another post, the DJ revealed how tough it has being to deal with Mwathi’s murder accusations. In his view, strong people break too but they struggle in private and eventually rebuild themselves. This may be an indication that the DJ will soon make a music comeback after few months scandal break.
“Strong people break too. They just struggle in private and quietly rebuild,” the caption read.