- Mzansi singer and songwriter Zahara has called on DJ Sbu to have a TV interview so they can discuss Loliwe's album sales
- According to Zahara, she was not paid properly for the legendary record and she thought of taking people to court
- DJ Sbu has denied the allegations of Zahara not being paid for Loliwe and the singer wants him to tell the truth
Zahara has challenged DJ Sbu to a sit-down TV interview to clear the air about the money allegedly owed to her for her Loliwe album.
Barry Roux, a popular social media user recently tweeted that he wished Zahara would re-record her Loliwe album so that she could begin to profit financially from it. The tweleb implied that Zahara was not being compensated for her music royalties.
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"I haven’t been getting anything since I left the record label, and I saw recently that my music was uploaded on digital platforms without me knowing, which means they sold my records to somebody and it means I need to get a cut for it," she said.
The hitmaker went on to say that she had tried numerous times to contact DJ Sbu since their last conversation nearly a year and a half ago. The singer went on to say that she considered taking them to court but knew she couldn't afford the fees.
Zahara is adamant that a TV interview is the only way to end their long-running feud, and she would like DJ Sbu to answer her call.
Zahara is grateful to Mzansi for listening to her Loliwe album and showing love
Briefly News previously reported that Mzansi singer and songwriter Zahara is thankful to everyone who listens to her music. Taking to social media, Zahara let her fans know that she's ever so grateful for the fact that they listen to her music on streaming sites.
This surely helps her with her royalties. She tweeted:
"We just checked our streams from this past weekend. Ndithy mandiphinde ndibulele kakhulu kuni nonke (Let me say thank you to everyone once again). Over half a million streams just on 'Loliwe'."
Loliwe is a Mzansi favourite that has been timeless over the years. Zahara is so grateful to her fans for listening to her music and can't thank them enough for that.
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