Sjava's One Man Show Tickets Almost Sold Out

He's grateful for the support

By  | Oct 18, 2022, 09:02 AM  | Sjava  | Top of the

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Award-winning hip hop star Sjava is beaming with pride as tickets for his One Man Show are almost sold out!

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Sjava is set to give his fans a night to remember when he takes the Durban International Convention Center by storm on 9 December.

The show is set to be bigger and better this year after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With just over a month to go, the tickets are selling like hot cakes and the Black Fixed Arena seating is 90% sold out.

Taking to Twitter, he thanked his followers for purchasing the tickets.

Sjava is still recovering from a case that almost cost him his career. This follows after his ex-girlfriend Lady Zamar opened a rape case against him in 2019. She detailed how the incident took place after attending a mutual event together.

At the time, Lady Zamar said it couldn't have been consensual sex because she had a breast reduction surgery done in July 2017. Her doctor advised her that she was not allowed to have sex for about six weeks after it was done.

Sjava denied the allegations and the case was thrown out of court by the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA). This is because they believed the facts or evidence did not support a successful prosecution. The BET award-winning star sat down with Mzansi Insider's Rorisang Thandekiso and told her about how he is struggling to heal from the whole saga

On the show Sjava said that although his reputation has been restored and that he is finally back on his feet by landing work and regaining the support from his fans, he hasn't healed mentally.

"Career wise everything is going well, however mentally I am not coping. Even when I am in public spaces there is still that uncomfortable feeling I get from people, so I am still trying to heal from that.

"My music can be on the charts and it can do well but that does not mean I have healed. I am still trying to fix my spirits to be where it was before. What happened to me was not easy thing to go through. I do not wish it on anyone."

Sjava had suffered a heavy blow from the industry which conforms to the requests of social media and their 'cancel culture.' He lost out on gigs and was pulled from Uzalo after shooting had started. 

For the longest time, Lady Zamar has been on the receiving end of a lot of hate and bullying on twitter. Tweeps constantly remind her about the case and some have even boycotted her music.

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