Maggz Slams Bongani Fassie, Says He Almost Went to Jail Because of the Producer

Maggz Slams Bongani Fassie, Says He Almost Went to Jail Because of the Producer

  • Maggz has slammed Bongani Fassie for almost taking his rap career down the drain a few years back
  • The rapper shared that he almost went to prison for 15 years after they allegedly stole equipment belonging to music boss Lance Stehr
  • The musician said he did not even get a chance to record music for two years because of the trouble Bongani put him through

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Maggz has criticised Bongani Fassie for almost ruining his rap career. The rapper alleged that he almost spent 15 years in jail because of Brenda Fassie's son.

Maggz was a guest on the latest episode of MacG's show, Podcast and Chill with MacG. He shared that he's not on good terms with the music producer.

Maggz, slams Bongani Fassie, says he almost went to jail, because of the producer
Maggz has slammed Bongani Fassie. Image: @maggz100, @bonganifassie
Source: Instagram

Maggz shared that their troubles with the law began when the controversial record producer asked him for help when he was moving his alleged studio equipment to another spot. Popular music exec Lance Stehr then accused both of them of stealing his pricey equipment.

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The artist told MacG and his crew that he attended the case for two years which is why he has not been able to work on his music, according to SAHipHopMag.

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Maggz said what made matters worst between them is that Bongani started acting differently when they were attending the case. The star shared that he's not willing to smoke the peace pipe with Bongani.

Da LES doesn't want to work with Bongani Fassie again

In other news, Briefly News reported that it's been years since the members of hit group Jozi went their separate ways. It's rumoured that Da LES and Bongani Fassie are not on the best of terms with each other.

In a recent appearance, Les confirmed it. The group allegedly broke up due to misunderstandings. Fassie then made the decision to leave the label and when Da LES did not follow him, their relationship took strain.

The former group members have gone on to make individual careers for themselves since splitting up. Bongani for one has left a rather lengthy public track record for himself.


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