Kwaito singer Senyaka Kekana over the weekend slapped the stage manager of a Polokwane event in what appears to be something of a homophobic rage.
According to the Sowetan, the controversial 'Go Away' singer on Saturday night slapped the face of a shocked Ayanda Sotshisa, who he claims was intentionally interfering with his performance.
Sotshisa reportedly made a run for it when the singer tried to slap him a second time, and Kekana didn't mince words later when asked to comment by the publication.
"I beat him up because he is clearly sabotaging me, I do not know why he had to block me when I was supposed to go on. He told me Mshoza had to go on. I let her perform and when I finally got on, he told the DJ to cut my song," said the singer.
"Ke setabane [he is gay].
"I was trying to deliver a message to the crowd, my mic went off and when I looked behind me, there was a setabane behind me.
"See, he is a fa***t. I will put it to you straight, I am against fa***ts. They are naughty and they should be given their own platform so they can do their own thing so they will not mix with us."
The two made peace after they were basically forced to do so by the organiser of the event, with Kekana reportedly telling Sotshisa to "be a man about it" as they hugged.
Sotshisa, who denies being gay, explained to the publication: "I was trying to help him with the booking and he disappointed me."