- Moonchild Sanelly warns her followers of scammers who are using her name to make cash because of coronavirus
- Moonchild further slams people who are spreading lies about her
- She clearly states that bookings should be made using only the information specified on her social media page
Moonchild Sanelly took to social media and slammed people who are trying to make money using her name.
She lashed out and told her followers that she recently discovered that people are offering other artists a feature from her without her permission and said that was just a scam to make quick cash at her expense.
She then went on and warned people out there not to book the muso, or her services through any platform that is not specified on her social media.
She wrote on Twitter:
"Let me tell you! If you want me, use the details on my profile of whatever platform! This week I got five n***** telling me about a feature and had five different prices because people wanna make money because of corona [using] my name!
"I laugh because by the time they spoke to me, I’d already made my deal."
Moonchild also revealed that lockdown has caused financial strains on most artists but is grateful that she was able to survive through her other talents.
She makes her own clothes and recently launched her own face masks, ' Moon masks' which are in-demand during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Her feature in Beyoncé 's song on her Lion King: The Gift album marked a special year in her music career.
Last year, Moonchild made headlines when she slammed other artists and accused them of jealousy of her collaboration and said it was just a ‘favour’. She told them to get off!
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