- Ntsiki Mazwai has blasted the organisers of the SAMAs, adding her voice to the growing dissent
- She said that the event is controlled by talent-less men who use shady methods to pick award winners
- Many Mzansi social media users agreed that there was something dubious about the way nominations were chosen this year
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Ntsiki Mazwai has joined the growing calls for this year's South African Music Awards (SAMAs) to fall. This comes after the nominations were announced and many Mzansi faves were omitted.
One of the biggest artists in Mzansi at the moment, Master KG, was snubbed for his viral hit song Jerusalema. Ntsiki Mazwai has joined the call for the awards to fall.
Taking to Twitter, the controversial poet said that the SAMAs are controlled by industry men with no talent "but usually sleep with the talent".
Her voice echoes the sentiments of many other celebs and social media users who feel that the SAMAs are rigged.
Previously Babes Wodumo called out the awards show after she lost out on the award for her debut single Wololo.
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In similar news, Prince Kaybee has once again proven what a legit guy he is. Having been nominated for nine South African Music Awards and Master KG none, Prince Kaybee has promised to share a big title with him if he wins.
It is so refreshing to see Mzansi artists sticking together and recognising each other’s achievements like Prince Kaybee and Master KG.
Briefly.co.za came across a recent social media post made by Prince Kaybee that had him gaining a lot of respect from the people of Mzansi as well as others in the industry.
Peeps were not pleased that Master KG did not even receive one SAMA nomination as his track Jerusalema is not only a local hit but a global sensation.
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