Lindelani Mkhize, co-founder of Joyous Celebration, is not happy with the recent rumours and accusations made against him. Lindelani is accused of not paying vocalists and being gay.
Musician and co-founder of Joyous Celebration, Lindelani Mkhize, has been accused of being gay and it's not sitting right with him.
On top of that, it is also claimed that he neglected to pay members of the group their money for performances.
These claims were made by a lady identified as Paballo Sefara, according to ZAlebs.
A report by Celeb Gossip alleges that Paballo said Lindelani hasn't been fairly paying Joyous Celebration members and owes 20 vocalists about R30 000 for their performances in Durban.
It's not clear whether the money is total allegedly owed or if the number is per individual.
Lindelani says he is heartbroken about the allegations of him being gay.
Briefly.co.za learnt that he said the rumours don't only affect him as a celeb, but also as a parent.
"I am devastated and heartbroken and in utter dismay of the venom that has been unleashed on me which was totally unwarranted. This is malicious, untrue, most unkind, unprovoked and damaging to me as a public figure and a parent."
It's no secret that Lindelani is a respected musician in the Gospel music world. He has not only slayed in the Gospel scene, but also in the Jazz and Kwaito scenes.
Lindelani owns his record label called Lindelani Mkhize Entertainment and is one of the top-earning Gospel artists in Mzansi.
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