Lady Zamar makes a disturbing accusation against her ex, Sjava

Lady Zamar makes a disturbing accusation against her ex, Sjava

- South African singer Lady Zamar has made a serious allegation against her ex, Sjava

- It is reported that Zamar claims Sjava raped her

- She has opened a criminal case against the singer late in 2019

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Lady Zamar has left her fans disturbed by the latest claim she made against her ex-boyfriend, Sjava.

According to a report by Zalebs, the singer has opened a case of rape against the fellow musician.

Sunday World reports that the case was opened towards the end of last year already. It is not clear yet how the case is going and what Sjava's reaction to it is.

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Zamar had previously opened up about the alleged abuse she suffered during her 2-year relationship with Sjava. reported on how she claimed that she was lied to throughout their time together.

Later, it was reported that she was tired of being asked questions about her relationship with fellow muso, Sjava, and spilt the tea.

It all started when Sjava came from left field and introduced the country to his wife at his One Night with Sjava show.

People were shook - no one knew he was married all along. It didn't take long for fans to start making sums - does that mean he was married while dating Lady Zamar?

That's when she had to respond to, and the Love Is Blind singer aired all the laundry. It was met with some hostility as well as support.

"You guys are exhausting man. I’ve been saying your precious Zulu man is a liar and a cheater... Cheers to every person that didn’t believe me when I told them that that nigga's married, coz in your face. Mxm y’all are exhausting... now y’all wanna drag me coz I didn’t know?"

3 months ago, Sjava responded to all his ex's claims and said he would be taking the legal route with matters.

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