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Sho Madjozi’s ex boyfriend breathes fire, John Cena is my song and I want a share or else…

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Music label boss Lloyd Ngavu wants a share of proceeds from international award-winning muso Sho Madjozi’s hit track John Cena.

Ngavu, who owns Jozi Records, claims that the international hit song, named after World Wrestling Entrainment powerhouse John Cena, is his brainchild.

The entrepreneur revealed this in a sensational social media post in which he also claimed that he dated the Xitsonga music lyricist – whose real name is Maya Christinah Xichavo Wegerif – before her career took off in 2017.

“Just to clarify things for the last time, me and Sho Madjozi broke up in 2017. I wrote and marketed the song John Cena. It is my idea. I have no beef. It’s just that John Cena song belongs to Jozi Records and if she wants to use it for her upcoming documentary, she must come and apologise,” Ngavu wrote on his WhatsApp status update.

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Ngavu also claimed that he introduced Sho Madjozi to rapper and producer Smiso Zwane, popularly known by his stage name Okmalumkoolkat, who featured her on his single Ggi!.

It was her first popular music feature.

When contacted for comment on his claims, the Taxi Magazine publisher declined to elaborate, saying that his team was handling the matter internally.

“As I am talking to you now, we are trying to resolve those things internally. The best time to talk will be next week,” he said.

Sho Madjozi is currently in Rwanda, but her manager Shawn Nkuna dismissed Ngavu’s claims: “We are not shooting a documentary, and Sho Madjozi owns that song. I don’t know who Lloyd Ngavu is.”

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Sony Music, which distributes Sho Madjozi’s music locally, asked for time to liaise with her international record label, Epic Records, before commenting.

However, Sony had not done so by the time of going to print.

Sho Madjozi made a bold statement during her performance at last year’s Design Indaba in Cape Town.

The popular rapper broke down her dance routine with choreography she titled the History of Xibelani.

The star revealed that she was working on a documentary about the xibelani outfit that she popularised in her performances.

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She said the documentary, which she would produce and direct, would tell a story of the history of the colourful traditional Xitsonga outfit.

The rapper, singer, songwriter, actor and poet, who was born in Shirley Village in Limpopo, did not reveal the name or the release date of her documentary. However, Ngavu insisted the star’s hit track would not be used without his approval.

In 2019, Sho Madjozi’s breakout song John Cena shattered music chats locally and garnered her international recognition. It also grabbed the attention of the American wrestler it is named after. and she was invited by US daytime talk show host Ellen DeGeneres to appear on the show. Cena surprised her on the Kelly Clarkson Show.

In June that year, the rapper was awarded the BET best international act gong at a ceremony in Los Angeles, beating Nigeria’s Teniola Apata, Headie One and Octavian from the UK, and France’s Jok’Air and Nesly and local rapper AKA.

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Manaka Ranaka’s grandson is 1-year-old

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Manaka Ranaka is over the moon as her grandson, is a year old today.

The star made the news known through her Instagram few hours ago.

Manaka shared a cute snap of the little one, looking adorable on a bowl.

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In her words, she apologized to her gandson that she won’t be able to make it to his birthday due to Covid

“Happy birthday to my only GrandSon. iGranNtwana yami egeza ngobisi.. Sorry I cant make it to your birthday sweetheart, granny don’t wanna give you Corona my love. I hope you enjoy the gifts Granpa nd I got you. May Modimu bless you with many more to come angel,” she captioned post

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Cassper Nyovest – “I’m a lab rat”

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Cassper Nyovest claims he is a lab rat, and he explains why he said so.

Taking to Twitter, the rapper praises how intellectual and great minded he is.

He also spoke of how willing he is to learn new things.

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Mufasa has been quite busy within the past few weeks with celebrating the success of his amapiano song, Siyathandana and the launching of his sneakers line in partnership with Drip Footwear.

Opening up to fans on Twitter, the rapper said: “I’m a genius at what I do. I know it so well, I’m beyond great. I am a lab rat. That’s why I speak so much cause I have all these things processing as I’m speaking and I just wanna share. I’ve also learned that there are things I don’t know, therefore I need to learn from others.”

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Ntsiki Mazwai – “I haven’t had s*x in 6 months”

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South African TV personality, Ntsiki Mazwai is famously known to be open minded on any issue, and this time around, she discusses a bit of her s*x life with fans on social media.

In a tweet shared this weekend, Ntsiki says she’s been without s*x for the past 6 months.

Well, some of her fans received the gist with all joy, while a few others felt it was unnecessary and she got condemned.

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When asked why she’s celibate, the critic said it’s because she’s picky.

Afterwards, she made it known that she’s single, and that a singles party is coming soon.

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Cassper Nyovest – “SA Hip Hop seem to be doing amazing without me”

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Cassper Nyovest claims he’s not done rapping after claims that he’s dumped hip hop for Amapiano.

A curios fan asked the rapper if he’s done with rap.

“You done with rap? Like done done?”

In response, Mufasa says no, but he’s done with the politics in the hip hop industry.

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In addition, he says the genre seems to be doing fine without him.

“Ofcos not. I’m just done with the stupid politics , needed a break to have fun with the music. Just vibe out. . SA Hip Hop seem to be doing amazing without me doe. All over the charts,” Cass explained.

Cassper isn’t doing bad with Amapiano genre, as he as a piano song which has been topping charts for weeks, Siyathandana featuring Abidoza and Boohle.

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The music video of the song nears 3 million views within 2 weeks of premiere on YouTube.

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