Makhadzi Shows Master KG Support Amid Jerusalema Drama

"God please protect Master KG we still want more hits amen"

By  | Jul 26, 2022, 05:42 PM  | Master KG  | Relationships

Post main image
Master KG is currently trending after he was slapped with yet another lawsuit for copyright infringement over Jerusalema.

Read more: Jerusalema Ownership Haunts Master KG

Showing him support, are his legions of fans including Makhadzi, who are saying 'Hands Off Master KG!'

Taking to Twitter, Makhadzi said Master KG achieved success with his latest Amapiano hit without the influence of any dance challenge. This is for his song Dali Nguwe featuring Nkosazana Daughter, Obeey Amor, Basetsana and Wanitwa Mos.

She prayed that God protects him so he can produce more hit songs, "Besides bein my love, I am a big fan of @MasterKGsa. Like truth must be told he is multitalented, everything he touches turns into gold. Look at his first piano song, 13milion in 4 months without any dance challenges. God, please protect Master KG we still want more hits amen."

Read more: Master KG Defends His "Wife" Makhadzi

The couple is currently on international tours where they recently visited Canada and will be jetting off to the United Kingdom.
Master KG is fighting off copyright infringement issues while on tour over Jerusalema. 

Charmza The DJ and Biblos served Master KG  and his company Open Mic over the ownership of Jerusalema. Apparently Nomcebo Zikode wrote and performed Jerusalema and Charmza composed the song. Master KG had little influence over the song. 

Hence the lawsuit from last year November. But Master KG wants to be taken to court instead of people doing interviews to "tarnish" his name. This after an interview Stephen Hollis did with Newzroom Africa explaining the whole lawsuit.

Master KG clapped back and said, "The reason Nomcebo came to My studio is because she liked my Jerusalema beat that I sent her weeks before studio day...and y'all are out here saying Nomcebo didn't like my beats on studio day and she liked other guy beats ai!! Take me to court and stop doing interviews," he said.

As per the papers, Charmza claims to be the original composer and author over Jerusalema, "Our client authored the original melody of the composition, the beats and the arrangement of the song, melody and vocals."

The letter further states, "Our client was surprised to learn that Master KG simply proceeded to release the song commercially, through his record label at the time, Open Mic Productions, without contacting our client and without obtaining the required rights clearances for the use of our client’s copyright-protected music and musical composition.

"Our client did not transfer any rights of copyright through written agreement or otherwise and remains vested with all rights of copyright in the composition."

Image credit: Instagram
Read more