Zinhle Ngidi is not happy right now.
The singer, who rose to fame after featuring on Dbn Nyts' hit track Shumaya, is not happy with the group.
According to Daily Sun, Zinhle has threatened to never perform with the guys again, after the bad treatment she received at Saturday evening's Metro FM Music Awards in Durban.
After performing with the group on stage, Zinhle reportedly had to spend the evening in the dressing room because she didn’t have a ticket.
She was also "forced" to stand behind the guys after they won the award for Best Duo/Group. She told the publication: "I went on stage with them and held their hands but they pushed my hand away."
Some people even felt sorry for the singer.
Hawu these DBN NYTS kept on pushing Zinhle Ngidi aside...bamenza i-back up dancer...kanti she contributed soo much ku le track #MMA15— Bhut'Malibongwe Xulu (@Vala100) February 27, 2016
These guys from DBN NYTS though 😂😂, these guys are just mean man! Poor Zinhle didn't even get a chance to say Hi 😱#MMA15— Mbalz♡ (@Palesa_Moreng) February 27, 2016
Zinhle also took to Twitter to explain that she had to miss two of her shows.
The reason I missed my 2 shows(Botswana & Jozi) was to help Dbn nyts & their poor management on stage ,next time I'll know better.. #MMA15— ZINHLE & TRADEMARK (@ZinhlengidiSA) February 27, 2016
Speaking to Daily Sun, her manager, Buti Sithole, said they were told about the performance with Dbn Nyts two weeks before the awards. "We had other arrangements. She missed two big gigs but they didn’t show any appreciation."
Oskido, who spoke on behalf of Kalawa Jazmee (Dbn Ntys' record label), said: "I will try and sort out their differences because both acts need each other. This is a family thing."