TS Records takes legal action against Zahara over royalty accusations

TS Records takes legal action against Zahara over royalty accusations

Zahara's former record label, TS Records hit back at the star for claiming that the company owes her money for royalties and has now sought legal action preventing her from making "false and defamatory statements against the company to both the media and social media.

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Earlier this week, Briefly.co.za reported that Zahara is tired of hiding the truth. The songstress is done with lying about herself and the music industry, and felt that it was time to speak out, although at first didn't mention who in the music industry was robbing her.

Then two days ago, Zahara spoke out against TS Record label's executives, TZ Nciza and Sbu Leope, and accused them for underpaying her for her performances, the sale of her records and her royalties for when her songs were played.

But earlier today Briefly.co.za learned that TS Records has now taken legal action against the singer. According to TshisaLive, TS Records' attorneys has issued a cease-and-desist letter to Zahara preventing her from making "false and defamatory statements" about the company to the media on the matter. Take a look below.

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One of the label executives, TK Nciza, who owns the label with DJ Sbu, denied the allegations yesterday. The company's attorneys, Rosengarten and Feinberg wrote the legal letter yesterday and said they have noted Zahara's utterances and defamatory allegations on several social media platforms and called on her to refrain from continuing to do so. They also disputed her claims.

DJ Sbu posted the above letter on his Instagram account, along with comments from TS Records, Universal Music and Sheer Publishing. All claimed that they did not owe Zahara anything.

Zahara told TshisaLive earlier today that she has seen the letter on social media, however she nor her legal team have not yet been served with any letter from TS Records' attorneys.

She also revealed that her legal team was busy preparing a request for all copies of all contracts that involved her during her time with TS Records. She posted the letter on her Instagram account earlier today. See below:

Meanwhile Zahara said she as disappointed with DJ Sbu for his statements after she said it was him who offered her support in the matter since 2014.

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Meanwhile, Zahara shared a video on her Instagram, thanking her fans for supporting her through this ordeal but also letting them know that her attorneyswill handle it from here on.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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