- Moozlie is seeking peace and unity in the music industry
- Despite all that Black Coffee has done, Moozlie believes he still deserves respect when it comes to his music
- No beef nor feud is worth the time and Moozlie stands by that in every aspect of her life and career
Nomuzi "Moozlie" Mabena’s flying a white flag, promoting unity and peace in the music industry.
Everyone knows that the music industry is a dog eat dog kind of world – especially the hip-hop scene.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Moozlie is attempting to get everyone to call a truce when it comes to DJ Black Coffee.
Black Coffee was caught out for cheating, which ultimately led to the ending of his marriage with Enhle Mbali. Peeps are not happy with Black Coffee and do not want to support anything that he is involved in.
Moozlie is playing hostess at Black Coffee’s major Music is King gig which is set to take place on 14 December in Johannesburg and 15 December in Durban.
Speaking to TshisaLIVE, Moozlie expressed how her respect for Black Coffee lies purely in his musical ability and not in the personal realm of his life. The man has done great things with regards to music and Moozlie believes that should still be respected.
Moozlie also pointed out how Black Coffee respects other artists and makes them feel as important as he is even though they haven’t done half of what he has.
The Music is King line-up is lit and every single artist on it respects one another dearly. Moozlie loves how there is a family feel to the line-up and how each artist brings their own special thang to it.
Moozlie’s quest for unity goes so much further than Black Coffee though. Openly admitting that she does believe she is the best, Moozlie feels no need to make it known.
Her biggest competition currently is Rouge and no matter how many times peeps think the two will beef, these ladies keep it clean.
Support means more to Moozlie and Rouge than some unnecessary beef. These ladies have one another’s backs and that is way more powerful than any feud.
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