- Sjava has finally responded to Lady Zamar's allegations that she was abused by the rapper during their relationship
- Lady Zamar shook fans earlier this week by her claims that she was physically abused by Sjava and that he was a liar and cheater
- Sjava plans on pursuing the matter through legal channels
Mzansi muso, Sjava, has finally broken his silence towards Lady Zamar’s allegations that he had abused her.
Earlier this week, the two singers dominated social media trends. It all started when Sjava hosted his concert, One Night With Sjava, which had a huge turnout.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Sjava had brought his mother on stage giving a speech. During her speech, Sjava’s mother then introduced and brought out Sjava’s alleged wife on stage which left fans shook when they found out he was married.
But what really surprised fans was that Sjava had a wife the whole time he was dating Lady Zamar. The singer that went on to Twitter to call Sjava a liar and cheater. Lady Zamar also went on to claim that she had been sexually abused by the rapper. Social media users were shocked.
Sjava never spoke out until now. The Umama hitmaker took to Twitter on Friday, 1 November to rebuke Lady Zamar’s allegations, calling them false. Sjava said he would be pursuing the matter through legal channels moving forward.
See his tweet below:
Meanwhile, two months 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 was unhappy with most of the men in SA.
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