- Mzansi rapper Moozlie has lost her dope contract with top booze brand Cruz Vodka aftre she posted a beer brand on her timeline
- According to reports the star was not aware that she was not allowed to promote other booze brands while serving her contract with the vodka company
- Cruz Vodka's spokesperson confirmed to a local publication that they've terminated the musician's cool contract
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Moozlie has lost her cool contract with Cruz Vodka. The vodka brand reportedly ended their contract after she posted a beer brand on her timeline.
The partnership between the rapper and the vodka company started in September, last year. She rubbed them up the wrong way after she promoted Castle Lite on her social media accounts a few weeks back.
According to SAHipHopMag, sources revealed that the media personality did not read her contract well. She was not allowed to post other booze brands on her socials.
The big vodka brand confirmed to Sunday World that they have ended their working relationship with the Vatel rapper. The star usually posted snaps of herself with the big brand. Briefly News also saw the Instagram post that got the stunner fired.
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Uzalo's Masoja Msiza opens up about show's partnership with vodka brand
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Uzalo's leading actor Masoja Msiza has opened up about the show's partnership with top alcohol brand, Smirnoff. The partnership is aimed at promoting responsible drinking.
The country's government has eased some of the lockdown regulations and most people have started going back to groove. Since the country relaxed the rules, most people have been drinking irresponsibly and Uzalo wants to make sure that everyone returns home safe after groove.
Masoja said the top vodka brand is part of the country's rich culture and is used even when families have traditional ceremonies. He advised people who drink to do it in a responsible way. He expressed that the partnership is not encouraging people to drink but rather to urge them to do it in a responsible way.
"The message is clear, always drink responsibly. Don't drink and drive. Know your limits. Use a metered taxi or Uber to transport you to your destination. There's always the tag line, not for persons under the age of 18."