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Congratulations to DJ Maphorisa

By  | May 14, 2021, 06:18 PM  | DJ Maphorisa  | Top of The

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A big congratulations to award-winning DJ Maphorisa who will be launching his new business this week. The official launch is set for 16 May.

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Maphorisa said he opened his new spot called Under The Bridge in Midrand.
“Finally Opened a new spot ko Midrand @utbmidrand please tell someone,” he announced the great news on Instagram.
“We opening this week...keep an eye open for what we’ve got planned for you this weekend!!!! UTB” posted the business’s official Instagram page.

The DJ has also been catching stray bullets left, right, and center recently, from being called a thief to being called an opportunist.

A record label owner Letty Mncube accused Maphorisa of scam. Last month, Letty told Daily Sun that Maphorisa wanted her to pay him R48 000 for PR work.

Letty wanted Maphorisa to help her promote her two artists and help them get recognition. However, she said she could not afford the initial price so they agreed on paying him in installments.

"I ended up paying R3 500. I became suspicious when he failed to post my artists on his social media page. On the day we were supposed to meet he didn’t pick up my calls,” she told the publication.

She also told the publication that they both signed a contract that Maphorisa did not honour. She said she feels robbed.

“Maphorisa Never fulfilled his contractual obligations. Right now I feel robbed I want my money back.”

Now moving on to when Makwa called him an opportunist, the former Raplyf producer/beatmaker Neo Makwa had a sit down with the Sobering Podcast where he revealed why he fought with Maphorisa.

He said: “Obvious you know Maphorisa, he is a serious opportunist. We clashed at some point over why we didn’t involve him on the track Spirit,”

Amid all that, Maphorisa also took to his Instagram to call out Kwesta for not thanking him for producing Ngudu.

“He came to my house you know, Kwesta is there, Nota is there. I like to work with people we are vibing…so we did three songs. We did Ngud, Mayibabo with OkMalumKoolkat and we did this other Gqom Trap song with Busiswa. When Ngud came out – I produced it. There is only one problem when someone does something nice in your life, you have to appreciate it. After the track, Kwesta was Kwesta but after Ngud things changed. After you make all those millions why don’t you come back to me and give at least R20 000 to show appreciation,” said Maphorisa.

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