You stole my song – Drama as brothers fight over Stoko #JohnVuliGate

There’s more commotion around the melody John Vul’igate. Furthermore, this time, two siblings are battling about the legitimate proprietor of the tune.

Ndivhuwo Nephawe (26) has denounced his sibling, McMillan “Man Malaya” of taking the track. Man Malaya is an individual from the Amapiano pair Mapara A Jazz, close by Leonard “Lenny Sbechu” Malatji.

Ndivhuwo, who is an individual from Scara Chili Ya Baba, guaranteed the team took the tune in July when they visited their studio to tune in to a music venture. He said he nearly battled with his gathering individuals, who thought he gave the melody to his sibling.

Truly, he’s my sibling, yet this is business. We won’t permit them close to our studios once more, he said. Ndivhuwo’s kindred gathering part, Dominic “Matanta” Baloyi (46), asserted Mapara A Jazz took their beat idea and the record with the vocals.

We composed the melody close by Ntosh Gazi. The team is in the spotlight due to our tune.

They should quit performing and telling individuals it’s their melody. The issue is in the possession of our legitimate group, he said.

Then again, Ntosh, whose genuine name is Ntokozo Soko, stated: This is my tune. I thought of the idea and should work together with Scara Chili Ya Baba and Mapara A Jazz on the melody.

I made the melody pattern as a result of my ubiquity.

In any case, Man Malaya said the folks were unpleasant and envious of their prosperity.

Where were they this time? For what reason are they whining now as the tune is enormous?” he inquired. He said despite the fact that they recorded the tune at Scara Chili Ya Baba’s studios, it was theirs. Scara Chili Ya Baba has likewise opened an argument against Mapara a Jazz.

Gauteng police representative Captain Mavela Masondo affirmed that an instance of robbery was opened at Olievenhoutbosch Police Station.