- Nomcebo Zikode is in a spot of trouble with her record label after she made a song with DJ Tira
- According to her record label, the singer did not communicate her intention to make the song with the Durban producer
- The label has since sent a legal letter to DJ Tira to request that he take down the collaborative effort
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Nomcebo Zikode is embroiled in yet another controversial situation. The Jerusalema singer is in hot water with her record label Open Mic Productions over her collaboration with DJ Tira's Afrotainment.
Sowetan Live reported that Open Mic Production issued a legal letter to Afrotainment to demand that they remove DJ Tira's song featuring Nomcebo. The song, called Nguwe, is on Tira's latest project 21 Years Of DJ Tira.
According to the record label, Nomcebo did not get approval from them to feature on the album.
Open Mic said that their mission at the moment is to push Zikode as a solo artist and Nguwe goes against that.
The company told the publication that DJ Tira did not liaise with them before getting Nomcebo on the record.
According to the Sowetan, Tira confirmed receiving the letter. The publication reports that he said:
"Yes those are some of their demands and I’m responding to all of that so that we can find common ground. I think there was a breakdown of communication between me, Nomcebo and them (Open Mic). I was dealing with Nomcebo a lot, but she was also supposed to finalise things with them."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Nomcebo Zikode has been called out for recently performing at a packed venue in Venda.
The songstress took to social media on Tuesday, 22 September to share a video of herself performing her smash hit Xola Moya Wam' for an excited crowd at News Café in Thavhani Mall, Venda recently.
The songstress posted the video to show appreciation to the people of Venda who sang her song word for word. Some tweeps decided to call out the star for not adhering to the lockdown regulations. The tweeps pointed out that the crowd did not have their masks on and they did not practice social distancing.
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