Kwaito musician, Mampintsha, is keeping a low profile amid accusations of debt against him. Actress Ntando Duma accuses Mampintsha of owing her money and threatened to expose him if he doesn't pay up.
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Mampintsha has been having a busy time since that now-infamous video of Babes Wodumo's abuse went viral.
The musician has been grilled by the public as well as other celebs and has since apologised and started an organisation called #FixHimFixIt.
Now Mampintsha is lying low, and his manager, Lindo Buthelezi, says he's just waiting for his upcoming court case, which takes place in May.
However, there are new clouds of scandal swirling around Mampintsha's head - actress Ntando Duma says he owes her money.
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Briefly.co.za gathered that Ntando is threatening to "expose" Mampintsha if he does not pay her the money that she feels is owed to her.
The money in question is from a song by Babes, Jiva Phez'kombede, in which Ntando features.
Buthelezi says Mampintsha has been attending his psychiatric appointments and keeping his head down.
"Mampintsha is doing fine and keeping his head down. (He's has been) attending his appointments (with a psychologist) and just waiting for his day in court."
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As reported by TimesLIVE, Mampintsha is set to appear in court on 15 May to address the charge of assault that Babes opened against him.
Buthelezi added that if there is truly money owed to Ntando, it will be paid in full.
"At the moment I am not aware of such a debt, as I haven't been Mampintsha's manager for that long a period. I will however investigate and also talk to Mampintsha about it. If there is indeed a debt to be paid, we will settle it.
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