- DJ Maphorisa has joined the long list of those who aren't happy with this year's South African Music Awards (SAMAs)
- The star slammed the SAMAs for "cheating" him and his team out of the award for Best Kwaito Album
- Maphorisa did this as he was congratulating Mlindo The Vocalist for bagging the Best Selling Artist Award
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DJ Maphorisa recently took a jab at the SAMAs in a congratulations tweet for Mlindo The Vocalist. The star said it was a good thing that the SAMAs couldn't "cheat" his team out of the Best Selling Artist Award.
He wrote, "You couldn't cheat us on this one. Big shout-out to the fans and thanks to everyone who was involved in this amazing project. Congrats (to) my boy, Mlindo The Vocalist. Let's give them another one. I am humbled always (and) give thanks to the most high."
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By "cheat", Phori is probably referring to the award for Best Kwaito Album. The SAMA went to DJ Tira instead of the hugely popular Scorpion Kings Maphorisa and Kabza De Small duo.
Fans were extremely vocal about being unhappy that Scorpion Kings lost out. The official SAMAs Twitter account said all opinions are accepted.
AKA is another star who recently shaded the SAMAs. Mega said he couldn't understand why there were 20 videos competing in the Video Of The Year category.
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Master KG’s global groove sensation, Jerusalema, had its music video removed from YouTube and fan were going off their heads.
Often videos are removed from YouTube for some legal reason, but there really was no logical explanation for as to why this music video was removed, especially after all the positivity the track has broth to the world during such a glum time. Briefly.co.za learnt that the music video just randomly disappeared off of YouTube and fans did not know what was going on. Social media blew up as fans demanded the music video be put back where it was found.
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