- Mzansi muso, Sjava, took to social media once again to release a final statement regarding the abuse and assault allegations made by Lady Zamar
- Sjava is taking his fight against her claims to the High Court of South Africa
- He instituted legal proceeds to be heard in the High Court and told fans the matter is now sub judice (under judicial consideration)
Sjava has finally released another short statement regarding the assault and abuse allegations levelled against him by his ex, Lady Zamar, on social media. He informed his followers that he has filed an application for the matter to be heard in the High Court of South Africa.
Briefly.co.za learnt that this follows Lady Zamar’s explosive tweets a few weeks ago, in which she revealed the most intimate and shocking parts of her relationship with Sjava. The tweets went viral and even caused both Lady Zamar and Sjava to trend on Twitter over several days.
Sjava released a short statement claiming the allegations were false and confirming that he wouldn't address the matter further as he was seeking advice through legal channels. But that did not stop trolls from labelling the muso guilty because of his silence.
See the first statement below:
However, according to ZAlebs, people are not buying the notion ‘innocent until proven guilty’. The increase of femicide and women abuse in the country has led people to believe that Sjava is guilty and nothing he says or does will change that.
The continued negativity triggered Sjava to release a second and final statement on Twitter, in which he informed fans that he will not speak of the allegations as the matter has been instituted in the High Court and the matter now sub judice.
Many people believe that this won’t be the first time a matter of this nature will fall on deaf ears, like many other woman’s cases in SA. However, there are a handful who also believe that Sjava has every right to defend himself.
Here are some comments from Twitter:
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