Dj Sbu has asked Zahara to stop spreading lies about him and demanded an apology from her.
He has replied to the allegations made the musician and has denied all accusations made against him
In April, Zahara made headlines when she had accused TS Records, which is co-owned by DJ Sbu, of underpaying her for performances, record sales and royalties. Zahara later told Metro FM’s Mo Flava that she would sometimes get “a mere R10,000”.
Ms Zahara’s money has always gone to her my brother. It’s disappointing that you continue to spread false information my brother. pic.twitter.com/JSF2XuN9ux
— #djsbu (@djsbu) July 3, 2021
In July this year, Zahara challenged DJ Sbu to a sit-down TV interview to set the record straight on the money that is still allegedly owed to her for her Loliwe album.
Sbu briefly spoke about what’s ben reported in the media saying he loves Zahara and misses her dearly:
“I know how to make my own money, i’ve made people millionaires, i’ve made people rich, i’ve made people shine and i’ve made people successful. That’s why today I decided to stop working with people and go make other things happen” he said.
WATCH THE CONVERSATION HERE:
DJ Sbu responds on accusations of exploiting artists (including Zahara) on his way to success
— YaseB 🇸🇿 (@ThisIsColbert) September 2, 2021
Tweeps reacted to what Sbu was saying about Zahara:
This guy is a piece of work… All of those TS artists left crying… So jus because Zahara owns her own publishing we must clap hands…
Dj Cloe is the right person to te you about this snake Cloe built Mzekezeke only for him to find out that he was screwed big big time 🚮🚮🚮
— uGatsheni njalo loh🐘🐘🇿🇦 (@MuzieSndlovu) September 2, 2021
Attention musicians: owning your own publishing is not a favor…. It’s your intellectual property, it’s a given. I don’t know why it’s being made like it was a favor in this cringefest video. People need to learn to own up and say I apologize I made a mistake. https://t.co/7TC1BLt5GF
— ✨KUMKANIKAZI✨ (@ntsikimazwai) September 2, 2021