- Lady Zamar opened up about her relationship with Sjava during a Q&A session on Twitter earlier this week
- Lady Zamar claimed that she was lied to throughout their relationship
- The songstress also confirmed that after their two-year relationship, she and Sjava don't talk any more
Mzansi songstress, Lady Zamar opened up about her relationship with musician, Sjava, claiming the pair no longer speak at all.
Sjava and Lady Zamar surprised many fans in April when they confirmed their relationship, but after splitting the month before. They had always denied their they were together.
According to TshisaLIVE, it was Sjava who gave up the game when he posted a picture of them on Twitter. He told fans that their two-year relationship had ended the month before.
When Lady Zamar was asked in a Twitter Q&A this week how she had managed to keep her relationship with Sjava a secret, she opened up and said she was “lied to”.
Lady Zamar was also asked about the pair’s current state of their relationship and she did not hesitate to say they weren’t on speaking terms.
The songstress has moved on though and confirmed she is happy with her new boo.
Meanwhile, a month ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Lady Zamar shared such a fiery response to a post by Sjava that we could almost feel the heat coming from her words. Sjava expressed his unhappiness with people who tweet but do nothing about serious matters, and Zamar chimed in.
Sjava took to social media to express his opinion on the state Mzansi is in and how people who tweet but do nothing are part of the problem. Briefly.co.za reported that the muso was not at all impressed with these 'keyboard activists'.
The response that Sjava's post got from his ex, Lady Zamar, kinda took all of us by surprise. Sjava isn't happy with tweeps who are all talk and no action, and Zamar is unhappy with most of the men in SA.
"The reason our country will go to waste is coz most men aren't willing to stand for anything or do what's right..instead they do stuff that makes our society rotten and create broken women all around them."
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