Chymamusique stated that he will not master and final mix the Ghanama single, due to the disagreement over ownership between Makhadzi and King Monada.
Chymamusique took to Twitter on Wednesday, 30 June 2021, to clarify his stance on the ongoing fight over the single, Ghanama. Makhadzi was having a one-sided public disagreement with King Monada on the ownership rights of Ghanama. The matter all started when King Monada announced the imminent release of the song with Makhadzi and producer, Prince Benza, as featured artists. Makhadzi took offence, as she alleged that Prince Benza created the beat at her request, and the melodies and harmonies were created and sung predominantly by her.
King Monada has not commented on the matter yet, since Makhadzi made her grievances public. However, he has not deleted or retracted the release. Prince Benza also made it clear that he was not going to comment on the matter. His post from Wednesday, 30 June 2021, came after Twitter users attempted to attack him, suggesting that his silence was intentional to see the two musicians fight.
The allegations towards Prince Benza were made due to his affiliation with Open Mic, which is the record company alleged to be snubbing Nomcebo Zikode because of her prominence for her feature on Master KG’s international hit single, Jerusalema. Prince Benza was labelled as an instigator for what is considered by some as the second coming of Ambitiouz Entertainment.
See the post below.