- Nandi Madida has sent a summons to Thamsanqa Fakazi to recover R3.7 million which is allegedly owed to her
- She worked as an ambassador for LUX and was alleges she was supposed to be paid but never received the money
- Nandi has filed court papers and sent the summons and cleared up misconceptions that it was her manager she was suing
Nandi Madida has cleared up some confusion over her recent court application to recover money owed to her.
Allegedly a manager working at LUX ran away with over R3 million which was owed to Nandi for her work as an ambassador for the brand.
An article suggested that she was after her manager but she cleared it up and the person she has sent the summons to is not her manager and never has been her manager.
“I can confirm a summons has been sent this week from my legal team to an agent who worked on the LUX campaign for Unilever.”
She went on and explained the situation in more detail:
“Thamsanqa Fakazi (known as Amaru Da Costa) from Ade Holding Propriety who was not my manager, and has never been my manager as his company is the agent of this campaign. He has been issued with a summons for outstanding money he has not paid me from the LUX campaign, as the ambassador.”
According to what Nandi is saying, Amaru allegedly ran off with her money.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Nandi Madida has taken to social media to pen a sweet birthday message to her dad who is turning 60 today, 12 October. The stunner shared a throwback snap of her father, her older brother, Thabo Mngoma, and herself when she was still a baby girl.
The award-winning singer described her pops as her king. She said words cannot describe how thankful she is to her old man for all that he has done for her and her family. She captioned her Instagram post:
"Happy 60th bday to the King! The legend! My father! Words cannot describe my gratitude for everything you have done for me and our family. #Daddysgirl (That’s my dad, my incredible older brother @thabomngoma and me in the white)."
In other news, Nandi Madida is making power moves as she revealed on Twitter that she had recently met with the creator and CEO of the platform, Jack Dorsey.
The singer mentioned that she was honoured to have had the opportunity to meet with the social media executive and inspired to have had a glimpse into the community he's built. The homegrown songstress is making Mzansi proud and getting her message to go global.
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