The battle between the popular artist Amapiano takes a bad turn. On Monday, January 31, DJ Maphorisa complained on his Facebook page that Mlindo the Vocalist and Nyiko Bilankulu had stabbed him in the back. He also said that he was not being paid a percentage of the contributions.
Now other artists such as Howard Gomba, DangerFlex and Nyiko have joined the ever uglier fight.
Howard has taken a stand and defended Mlindo.
In his response to Maphorisa, he said: “How do you not know who directed your artist for two years, Themba? This clearly shows that you were interested and not interested in your artist. Want to return to Milindo Blaq Boy? He said he didn't want to be under you anymore because you pushed him to play the amapiano and collaborate with your other artists, which he doesn't like - so you left him and you didn't take care of him for two years.
He continued, "You hired Nyiko as steward of Milindo Road, didn't you? Who was DJ Mlindo? Who brought him to the concert? Who manages it? Who took care of his family? Who always encouraged and advised him to start a business? Who was always present when the young people were involved in car accidents? People deserve to know the truth "
" I didn't get my share of all the work I've done with and for you since your first album in 2016. I'm sure many don't know it yet. I honestly feel like he's cheating because even the AmaBlesser album is still being processed. I'm stuck in finances because of you. I still love you, I still want to work, but only if you are willing and open and honest."
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