Cassper Nyovest owes Mshoza too?

It seems nobody in the entertainment industry pays up 

By  | Jul 20, 2018, 09:32 PM

Cassper Nyovest owes Mshoza too?

The past week feels as though it has been a week of accusations of non-payment as more and more artists come to the fore, claiming that they have not been paid large sums of money by one party or another.

The latest to add fuel to this fire is Mshoza, who seems to have claimed, on Twitter that Cassper Nyovest also owes her money after he was recently involved in an online dispute with stylist, Didi Monsta, who claimed Cassper owed him R60,000 for services rendered. 

No word on whether this is Mshoza's official account or just an over-zealous fan pretending to be her but the account (which was opened in May 2018 and has just over 1000 followers) claimed to have loaned Nyovest R100,000 which he is yet to pay back. 

Nyovest responded to the claims... Well, kind of... 

But that is all he had to say about it. 


It seems that the account is a fake account, as previously suspected and now, Mshoza is reportedly on a mission to find out who is running it so that she can sue them. 

Speaking to Tshisa Live, her manager Thanduxolo Jindela denounced the account, stating "@OfficialMshoza is fake. Mshoza currently has no Twitter account and cannot tweet, through her brand management's account. We would like to distance ourselves from any false claims and ask fans to please help us report the account. We are tired of people trying to use Mshoza's brand for their gain." 

He added that they have handed the matter over to her lawyers so that they can take the next steps in rectifying the matter. 

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