Lady Zamar stands strong on her recent abuse claims against Sjava

Lady Zamar stands strong on her recent abuse claims against Sjava

- Lady Zamar is not backing down from the claims of abuse she made against muso Sjava

- The songbird is sticking to her guns and said that what she revealed earlier is the truth, whether people want to believe it or not

- Meanwhile, Sjava is reported to be taking legal action against the claims made by Lady Zamar

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Lady Zamar broke her silence about the relationship she had with fellow musician, Sjava, and it was met with mixed reactions.

She not only claimed that Sjava lied to her about being a married man, but also said he was abusive towards her.

Support from female celebs has been shown, but the rest of the public isn't being as sympathetic or reassuring. Some people are in disbelief while others aren't sure what to think.

However, Lady Zamar is sticking to what she said and isn't about to take back anything.

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According to TimesLIVE, Lady Zamar has since told the Daily Sun that she's moved on and healed long ago.

"I said what I said and it is what I experienced. I put it up on Twitter and there's nothing more to it. I'm not accusing anyone. I did not mean to hurt anyone or attack anyone's name. Otherwise, I appreciate the support I received."

Lady Zamar didn't name anyone when she revealed 'her truths' but everyone quickly connected the dots - she and Sjava broke up months ago after very few people even knew they were together.

She said she spoke up because she knows there are other women going through similar situations.

"Too many women have been victimised and I want them to understand it's not their fault. My purpose is to help young girls understand abuse and fight it head-on. I've been doing these motivational talks for longer than I've been a musician."

The singer also took to Twitter to state that what she said is the truth, even if people don't like to hear it.

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that Sjava has responded to Lady Zamar's claims. The Umama hitmaker took to Twitter on Friday, 1 November to rebuke her allegations, calling them false. Sjava said he would be pursuing the matter through legal channels moving forward.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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