DJ Envy Defended By Former Business Partner Cesar Pina


DJ Envy, cohost of “The Breakfast Club,” has been defended by his former business partner, Cesar Pina, amidst wire fraud charges. Pina denies that Envy had any involvement in the alleged wrongdoing and maintains his own innocence. In a recent Instagram Live session, Pina addressed the situation and criticized Rick Ross, Funk Flex, and social media personality Tony the Closer for spreading disinformation about the case.

Key Takeaway

DJ Envy’s former business partner, Cesar Pina, has defended Envy against wire fraud charges and denied Envy’s involvement in any wrongdoing. Pina also called out Rick Ross, Funk Flex, and Tony the Closer for spreading disinformation about the case. He clarified that federal agents did not raid Envy’s office space as reported, and expressed his frustration over false claims and attacks on his character.

Setting the Record Straight

During the IG Live session, Pina expressed his willingness to settle any debts but voiced his frustrations over the influx of false claims, even from individuals he once trusted. He specifically called out Tony the Closer as the main instigator of fake news and accused him of exploiting Envy and Pina’s controversy to promote his own real estate business. Pina highlighted the fact that even Akademiks had criticized Tony for his actions.

Envy has already taken legal action against Tony for defamation, further emphasizing his commitment to clearing his name.

Addressing Misreporting

Pina’s defense of Envy also challenges the widespread reports that Envy’s office space at iHeartMedia was raided by federal agents. According to federal law enforcement sources, these reports are false. Pina clarified that federal authorities did not raid his house either, stressing that he is the primary focus of their investigation.

Legal Proceedings and Release

Pina pleaded not guilty to the charges and was released on a $1 million bond last week. Throughout the Instagram Live session, he did not hold back in expressing his disdain for those who wished for him to remain incarcerated.