- Controversial Mzansi media personality Nota Baloyi has accused DJ Black Coffee of setting him up
- The pair have been at odds with each other ever since Coffee accused Nota of defaming him
- Nota now believes that Coffee sent cops to harass and arrest him as an act of revenge and intimidation
Nota has accused Black Coffee of sending police to harass him after the pair had a disagreement recently. Just last week, Nota was assaulted at his home and arrested. The charges against him are for reckless driving and assaulting a police officer.
Nota believes that the cops were sent by someone who has a grudge against him. The controversial media personality and Black Coffee have some bad blood between them ever since the Coffee accused Nota of defamation.
He slapped Nota with a cease and desist order and forced him to apologize for some comments he made against him. Nota issued a very passive aggressive apology that did little to alleviate tensions.
In a leaked conversation with an online publication called Everything SA, Nota claimed that he believed Black Coffee sent the cops after him.
Meanwhile Ntsiki Mazwai has been subtly talking about the case on her social media page. In some now-deleted tweets, Ntsiki showed her support to Nota and mentioned that there was a gag order that forced her to keep silent about some things.
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that Black Coffee has responded to the criticism of his new music. Many people have shared that the world-renowned DJ no longer produces music for the South African audience in mind. The star dropped his new album Subconsciously recently.
Many social media users shared that Black Coffee's sound has become too international. The superstar musician worked with international stars such as David Guetta, Pharrell Williams and Cassie, just to name a few, in the new project.
The artist has shared that he switched his style up because of his many fans across the globe. The star recently told Ukhozi FM that he now has to cater to an international audience but has not abandoned his deep house sound that many people love him for.
He worked with Mzansi musos Sun-EL Musician and Tellaman on some of the songs that are on the project.
Coffee told the SABC station that he wanted to show his versatility in the new album. He shared that one of the biggest songs in the album is Drive - a song he did with international DJ, David Guetta.
"I have people I work with internationally when we meet up we sit down and discuss how we are going to do the album. This is the first album that allowed me to work with international artists to this extent."
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