Maskandi artist Mthandeni Skhova Manqele is also known as Igcokama Elisha in the music industry, he also has his television show called uShun Wamaskandi which plays on SABC 1 at 5pm. This man was expected to release his brand new album on the 2nd of December but then postponed the date to the 4th December which is a day after Khuzani's album released date.
Mthandeni was expected not to attack anyone on this album according to what he said but then there's a leaked song that seems to contain swearing words directed to a lot of artists including Sgwebosentambo, Ali Mgube, Bhekihonga Ngubane, Abafana Baka Mgqumeni, Bobo Mfana Wepiki, Khuzani Mpungose and Ngizwe Mchunu.
By leaking this diss song, Igcokama wanted to send a message that 'Ziyakhala' to his enemies before they even think of releasing their albums and this will also make him trend. On this song Mthandeni pretends to be a caller at Skhova FM and then he start mentioning all the names of artists he hates or that disgusts him.
Sources : www.isolezwe.co.za
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