A Pretoria-based musician has worked with two other musos to create a song that is based on the kind of cheating behaviour that is seen on popular TV show Uyajola. The track is already playing in clubs around Pretoria.
Mxolisi "Spice RSA" Tshabalala, a Pretoria-based muso, has been working with two fellow artists, Themba "Fizzy" Sithole and JD Monate, to create a song that is based on the cheating seen on TV show, Uyajola.
While the song may be about the kind of behaviour seen on the TV show, TimesLIVE reports that they'd been working on the track before it made its debut.
The song is titled Mfanaka but is not yet available for the general public. However, it has been setting fire to dance-floors across Pretoria already.
The trio has already received criticism for their track as people feel they are promoting 'cheater culture'.
Tshabalala says the track is just a reflection of real life.
"As artists, we look at society. A lot of people are complaining because [Uyajola] is exposing secrets. Some are happy, others not. The concept was already there, but when we saw people talking about Uyajola, we decided to work on it."
The artist went on to say that the song really doesn't promote cheating.
"We looked at the ways people cheat. They have been doing this, before I was even born. The song does not promote jolling - but if you do, make sure you are not caught!"
Briefly.co.za gathered that Tshabalala hopes no one gets hurt thanks to Uyajola.
"Uyajola is entertainment but I hope no one gets hurt, to the point where people die. It is risky, but who am I to question people's lifestyles?
"It is also a wake-up call: you need to pay attention to your partner, or someone else will!"
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