- DJ Maphorisa has opened a can of worms after he flexed that he had been nominated for the SAMAS
- The song that that got him the nod for Record Of The Year (ROTY) was Sha Sha’s hit single, “Akulaleki”
- Social media users have taken exception to the fact that Sha Sha is not a South African citizen but a Zimbabwean citizen
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DJ Maphorisa took to social media to brag about getting nominated for Record Of The Year (ROTY) at the SAMAS. The song that helped get the nod was Sha Sha’s hit single, “Akulaleki”.
This had unintended consequences for Sha Sha as social media users dragged him for getting nominated for the SAMAS although he was a Zimbabwean national.
Sha Sha has been nominated for the best song to come out of South Africa. Social media users used the opportunity to point out that lots of non-South Africans have been nominated for previous SAMAS according to ZAlebs.
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Briefly.co.za had previously reported on the latest info on the SAMAS, with news on the delay, nominees and dates.
Briefly.co.za also reported that South Africans are not happy with the South African Music Awards this year and are calling for the awards show to be cancelled.
A lot of people are unhappy with the fact that some artists have not received nominations such as Master KG.
Social media users started a hashtag that demands that #SAMA26MustFall and shared their thoughts online.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Prince Kaybee’s hustle has come through for him in the SAMA26 nominations with him having bagged four for himself, while Master KG got none.
K.O is another artist who hasn’t done all that badly with nominations either. K.O managed to scoop three for his hit songs Say You Will featuring Nandi Madida and Supa Dupa. He's been putting in the hours and hustling hard.
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