EXCLUSIVE: DJ Sbu threatens blogger with R1M lawsuit over publication of 'DJ Sbu sending six thugs to steal six awards' from Zahara's house in Ruimsig; Roodepoort KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Monday, April 25, 2022

EXCLUSIVE: DJ Sbu threatens blogger with R1M lawsuit over publication of 'DJ Sbu sending six thugs to steal six awards' from Zahara's house in Ruimsig; Roodepoort

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that South African superstar, DJ Sbu, is suing SA blogger Musa for R1M over publication on social media. (Read More Here).


This afternoon, Musa, claimed that DJ Sbu is the one who had sent thugs to steal six awards from the house of Zahara in Ruimsig; Roodepoort.

After sharing the publication, DJ Sbu, immediately took to Musa's comment section to tell him to delete the post in 2 hours or face a lawsuit of R1M for defamation of character. 

DJ Sbu wrote: "R1M Lawsuit coming your way my brother brace yourself. My legal team says I should at least first give you a chance to delete it in 2 hours. So by 5pm if this tweet is still up, get ready for R1M debt."

Musa wrote:

"DJ Sbu who is rumored to have sent his thug friends to steal 6 of Zahara's awards sets to release 10 NFT pieces on the 30th April 2022.

"These allegations follow DJ Sbu after he swindled Zahara of her Loliwe funds."

She is wrecked after an intruder entered her home and took what she worked so hard for. The six South African Music Award trophies which stood on a Z-shaped stand in her home bar were her pride and joy. 

Loliwe singer Bulelwa “Zahara” Mkutukana (34) tells Drum that whoever invaded her home and stole the awards needs to be punished and she wants her trophies back.

“I don’t care even if the person leaves them at my gate. I want those awards back,” she says.

The incident happened while Zahara was away for the Easter weekend. The South African Music Awards spokesperson Lesley Mofokengs says, “The SAMAs are saddened by the break-in at Zahara’s house, and we wish her well at this time and that the perpetrators are brought to book,” he says.

“We know what those SAMAS meant to her, and we are proud to be associated with an artist of her calibre. It is quite upsetting that crime has reached this level and people are taking trophies that means mean so much to the artists. The trophy is a symbol of her hard work, and we truly wish the trophies are returned and preparators brought to book.”

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