Diski Divas: M-Net has broken its silence

The cast of Diski Divas (e.tv)
The cast of Diski Divas (e.tv)

Johannesburg- M-net has condemned the violence that erupted at the Kaya FM studios between Wendy Parker and Nonhle Ndala on Friday night. 

This follows a heated argument that turned violent between the Diski Divas stars live on air. 

Nkateko Mabaso, Director of Local Interest Channels at M-Net, said that Mzansi Magic does not support any acts of violence. 

"Mzansi Magic would like to thank the team at Kaya FM for their swift action in intervening during the incident on Friday, 8 May 2015. It is deeply saddening that individuals concerned chose to resolve their differences in such an irresponsible manner. Mzansi Magic does not support any acts of violence," read a press statement. 

Sources revealed to The Juice earlier on Saturday morning that the altercation between Wendy and Nonhle did not come as a surprise because tension has been brewing for a while now. 

It has also been reported that charges have been laid with the police but M-Net would not be drawn into commenting on that. 

Wendy told The Juice moments after the incident took place that Nonhle had "racially insulted" her, and labelled Nonhle's insults to the other Diski Divas as "abuse." 

Nonhle is yet to comment on the incident.