- Musician TNS has found himself in the middle of drama once more
- This time, he is accused of pursuing another muso's girl and making her pregnant
- The other man, Tzozo, says TNS has refused to pay damages
Local muso, TNS (whose real name Nkamulo Ngema), is making headlines once again, according to ZAlebs.
Earlier in the year, it was reported that TNS and Prince Kaybee had a falling out, allegedly over a side chick, that caused the launch of the album they worked on together to be postponed.
A lot of drama played out behind closed doors, and now it seems TNS is involved in even more drama.
A report by Sunday Times claims that TNS and another muso, Tzozo (Thokozani Zulu), are at loggerheads over alleged damages for a 20-year-old pregnant lady from KwaMashu.
Briefly.co.za gathered that the 'feud' between the men started 7 months ago when TNS allegedly 'bricked' Tzozo - stole his girlfriend.
Forward 5 months and the next lady involved is apparently pregnant, and TNS is accused of refusing to pay 'inhlawulo' - damages.
TNS says he knows who is behind the rumours and claims that his girlfriend's mom and Tzozo were 'plotting' against him. Tzozo's mom reportedly wants the money to be paid to her instead of the girl's grandmother.
"All of a sudden people are speaking on the side that I didn’t pay the damages. They don’t know sh*t.
"Before you judge me, how much effort do you have to put in to buy a house for a baby and baby mama? How much effort goes into buying a cow and goat to clean the damages for the baby, including to maintain the relationship? … I will deal with those people and strong. They don’t know me."
However, Tzozo tells a different story and says TNS didn't want to pay because the girl is dating him.
"He made a U-turn. He sent them an SMS telling them that he was not prepared to pay the fee because Thando is dating me."
Yet another side of the story comes from the lady's grandmother who says the damages were already paid back on Heritage Day.
"There were three elderly men from TNS’s family who had come to pay damages."
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