Big Zulu has cautioned controversial music insider, Nota, against involving him in the ongoing RapLyf controversy involving Kwesta and Leroy Khoza.
Big Zulu took to Twitter on Wednesday, 5 May 2021, to comment on his unwarranted inclusion in the now public disintegration of record label, RapLyf. The music label was fronted by Kwesta and Kid X, however, Leroy Khoza and Nhlamulo “Nota” Baloyi are believed to have been supporting business partners.
In a recent interview with MacGyver “MacG” Mukwevho, Kwesta suggested that the record label only existed by name. Moreover, he expressed uncertainty on the record label’s current state of affairs and existence, despite having been at the forefront.
Nota, on the other hand, suggested that the demise of the record label was due to reclusive figure and former business partner, Leroy Khoza. Khoza is believed to now be working with Big Zulu. As such, Nota attempted to warn Big Zulu against Khoza, claiming that he is known for paying to have singles chart on radio stations and television channels.
However, Big Zulu made it clear that he does not want his name included in the controversy. He added that unlike the ongoing rivalry, his would not end on social media.
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