Adam Catzavelos 'used k-word 4 months ago' after being attacked, brother says in radio interview
27 August 2018
Adam Catzavelos' brother Nic has said that Adam used the k-word in his presence four months ago.
In an interview with Eusebius McKaiser on Talk Radio 702 on Monday, Nic Catzavelos said his brother had been attacked while on a five day hike in the Drakensberg and returned furious, using the k-word and expressing a desire to leave South Africa.
[According to EWN's report Nic said: "Have I heard my brother use this kind of language before? Yes, the last time I heard my brother use this type of language and this is the truth... He went for a hike four months ago in the Drakensberg with two of his mates. It was a five-day hike and they were attacked on top of the mountain. He said to me that boulders the size of my head were thrown at his tent while he was sleeping. He came down from that hike and the first time I saw him he did use this language and he was furious and he said to me 'I've had enough of this country, I cannot live like this anymore. You cannot even go for a walk in the mountains'. And he used that word [the K-word] specifically." - PW]
Adam caused a massive uproar when a video of him using the k-word went viral last week. In the video, Adam records himself at an overseas holiday spot saying: "Not one k****r in sight, f**king heaven on earth… You cannot beat this!"