Renowned South African radio presenter, DJ Fresh, recently shared insights into the challenges he has faced following the end of his latest relationship. In a candid interview with radio presenter Lula Odiba, DJ Fresh discussed the emotional toll of the breakup without revealing the identity of his former partner.
For the first time since the age of 14, DJ Fresh finds himself unattached and single. This newfound reality, as he expressed, has been both exhilarating and frightening over the past six weeks, marking a significant departure from his continuous involvement in relationships throughout his life.
“From the age of 14 until now, I’ve been in a relationship back-to-back. Literally it ends, and I move onto the next one. So, the thing that scares me is that I’ve never had an opportunity not to be in a relationship,” DJ Fresh revealed.
He acknowledged the transformative nature of the past six weeks, navigating a space where he no longer needs to be accountable to someone else. The experience, as he described, has been both exciting and scary, forcing him to confront his own thoughts without the buffer of a relationship.
“I broke up with someone that I genuinely believe I wanted to spend the rest of my life with. And I still believe that’s the person I want to spend the rest of my life with, but because things happened the way they did, and I’m not going to even point fingers because I think we both f**ked up,” he shared.
Choosing to refrain from immediately entering into a new relationship, DJ Fresh acknowledged that this decision is one of the scariest he has made for himself in a while. He emphasized the complexity of the situation, acknowledging mistakes from both sides without assigning blame.
As DJ Fresh embarks on this period of self-discovery, it remains to be seen how this hiatus from relationships will shape his perspective and future decisions.
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