Distruction Boyz want millions in unpaid royalties from Mampintsha

Distruction Boyz want millions in unpaid royalties from Mampintsha

- Distruction Boyz are taking Mampintsha to court over millions in unpaid royalties

-They have not received anything from Mampintsha for their hit song 'Wololo'

- Their manager says that they are owed over R15million

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Mampintsha is in hot waters with the Distruction Boyz. They claim that he has allegedly been scooping the loot from their work for almost two years now. They have decided to take legal action.

Distruction Boyz worked with Mampintsha and Babes Wodumo to creating their hit track, ‘Wololo’. They highlighted that they had tried to reach out many times, with no luck, reported ZAlebs. They have now had enough.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Zipho 'Goldmax' had expressed that they have now been pushed to get a lawyer and take the matter to court.

Apparently there was a deal that Mampinysha made with them which entitled them to some of the profits, but when the money came, he did not share.

Distruction Boyz stated that they know there has been a large amount of money that has come in, but they have not seen a cent of it. From royalties to endorsements, they have received nothing.

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The only time they saw money was when the spoke to other people about the song being featured in the Black Panther film.

Media has tried to contact Mampintsha to give his side, but there has been no luck.

Manager of the Distruction Boyz, Sphamandla Gumede, stated in an interview that they were owed over 15 million rand.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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