As it stands the name Zahara has made it to the trendings of South African Twitter where South Africans are saying how Zahara was exploited on her first album known as Loliwe. Allegedly DJ Sbu is amongst those who did Zahara dirty.
“Zahara is a brand,a household name still in the hearts of millions of South Africans.Such talent needs more than pity&charity.She needs an investor in her career.Such an investor/producer is bound to make a fortune working with her.Wish I could help her regain her glory & dignity” said Wonderboy Peters.
Ronewa Madega tweeted “Ok but is Zahara going to be a victim for the rest of her life? Sbu & TK screwed you over, we get it. Seemingly there’s nothing you can do about it and that’s unfortunate. They might’ve introduced you to us but they didn’t make you. Maybe it’s time to rebuild and look forward”
“Instead of Warner music promoting their artists they spend all their money on PR events that yeild nothing. There isn’t a single artist signed to Warner Africa that has a success story to tell. Not Locnville, not Zahara, not Reason, Faith K or Masandi but DJ Sbu is the bad guy?” Said Cassper Nyovest.
What are your thoughts fellas?
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