Sjava began his career as an actor before transitioning to a highly acclaimed singer. However, after his ex-girlfriend, Lady Zamar, claimed that he had raped her, he has lost endorsements and show appearances, disassociating themselves from the singer and their own reputations.
Although Sjava has had a promising start to his career, some of the objectives he set for himself are out of reach, and this rape claim, if found true, might put an end to his promising career.
It pours for Sjava when it rains!!!
Mandisa Mtubu has come out to claim that she and Sjava have a son, for which he is refusing to pay papgeld.
She disclosed in an exclusive interview with Drum magazine that their relationship ended when she became pregnant, and that she was even paid to stay quiet about it.
She says that Sjava and his Ambitiouz crew attempted to bribe her. "They gave me R10,000 and urged me to keep silent because he wants to keep my child a secret, which I will not allow."
Sjava has been flying under the radar since Lady Zamar's rape allegations. Well, he's back, and his supposed sour relationship with Ambitiouz Records is at the top of his priority list.
The uMama hitmaker is "very unhappy" with Ambitiouz recordings, according to the Sowetan, and is seeking for a way out. He also requires Ambitouz's assistance in obtaining his Black Panther funds.
However, when the Sowetan spoke to label owner Kgosi Mahumapelo, he stated that Sjava is still under the label and will be for many years to come due to the binding deal he signed.
He posted some pictures on twitter and left them inlove.
He then rose to prominence on the drama series, Zone 14 where he starred for three consecutive seasons. Sjava ventured into the music industry after Mabuza advised him to join a record label Ambitiouz Entertainment and was featured on Miss Pru's critically acclaimed song "Ameni" in 2015.
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