Big Zulu Gets Dragged

"If I was Big Zulu I wouldn’t be able to sleep at night"

By  | Apr 17, 2022, 09:37 AM  | Big Zulu  | Drama

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Big Zulu has turned into enemy number 1 after Intaba Yase Dubai opened up about his adversities. The Imali Eningi singer said he is currently broke but he is on a song which broke records and became a huge success.

Read more: The Imali Eningi Royalties Drama!

Taking to Twitter Nota Baloyi along with many other people, they bashed Big Zulu for enjoying the benefits of his song alone. Imali Eningi features fan favourite Intaba Yase Dubai and the late Riky Rick.

Nota believes Riky Rick refused any royalty payments so the other people can have them. He slammed Big Zulu for apparently giving Intaba very little money.

"If I was Big Zulu I wouldn’t be able to sleep at night. All that money, all those cars & all those opportunities made him forget about Intaba Yase Dubai saving his career. When someone does what Intaba did for Zulu then one can’t allow them to starve or ignore the cries for help!" exclaimed Nota.

He then went on to target Big Zulu's lifestyle and said he adopted a rich lifestyle and forgot about Intaba Yase Dubai.

"The problem is their lifestyles. After a hit song they get addicted to a lifestyle & end up stabbing their own brothers in the back for money to maintain it. Money gives people the opportunity to show you who they really are. Where have you ever seen a Nkabi in Gucci? Disgusting!"

But, Nota did not stop there, he dragged Big Zulu for leaving Intaba behind when things looked out for him.

"Intaba Yase Dubai had the biggest song in the country at the beginning of 2021. Now he’s broke & home for Easter with the same family that celebrated his dreams coming true last Easter. The enemies who said he’d never amount to anything are laughing at him saying: I told you so!"

Here are some of the mean tweets:

Intaba topped the Twitter trends when he laid his feelings bare. “Nothing in this world beats the pain of watching another man gain a lot of money from your hard work, while you are broke. I’m sorry but I hate features with all of my heart. Coz you have to act like we are all ok while only an individual is…” he claimed. “Mali Eningi has reached over 12 Million streams. But I’m broke. Never got even R1.”

Big Zulu set the record straight by saying he paid Ambitiouz directly so they would distribute the monies earned to Intaba. Zulu said he should take it up with the people he signed with, not him.

"My record label did everything in the right way. He knows who he signed what with who so he should go to his record label Ambitiouz Entertainment and ask them about this. My record label is not involved in this," he wrote separately as he shared his statement.

"As Inkabi Records we would like to declare that all due diligence, agreements, splits and contracts pertaining to Mali Eningi was handled with the label that Intaba Yase Dubai is signed to, which is Ambitiouz Entertainment, this was done in the early staged if the song being released."

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