- Sjava has been the topic of many a conversation since Lady Zamar accused him of rape
- Many people have 'cancelled' the muso, including several events
- However, recent developments have his fans convinced that his ancestors are seriously looking out for him
Sjava's career has been suffering since his ex made very serious allegations against him, but it hasn't knocked him out just yet.
Although several events have cancelled their bookings with the muso, his fans think that Sjava's ancestors are working hard to help him.
They're convinced that Sjava's ancestors are cancelling everyone that cancelled him.
Lady Zamar's accusation of rape would expectedly affect many things for Sjava, and the Cape Town Jazz Festival, a Mpumalanga beauty pageant concert and the DStv Music Awards distanced themselves from him. The gigs were cancelled.
Although it has since been rumoured that Lady Zamar dropped her case against Sjava, there is no proof to back up this claim.
A recent development has fans saying Sjava's ancestors are looking out for him - all the shows have been cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that despite many organisers and major brands distancing themselves from Sjava and his music after the recent rape and abuse allegations, the SABC, however, will continue to play Sjava's music.
According to the public broadcaster, they will let the law take its course before they stop playing his music.
SABC1 has aired his live show and there are expectations from fans that his recent concert will also be aired.
In related news, Sjava has re-released his EP Umphako under a new label, Next Level Entertainment.
His current record label, Ambitiouz Entertainment, has been firmly behind the musician, reposting his statements and promoting all his projects. It is not clear why he has re-released his EP under the new label.
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