Mzansi musician Zahara's financial problems continue to worsen, and it is not clear how she will be able to emerge from this mess.
While others have already come out to plead with the public to donate money towards saving her home, Mzansi's controversial music executive and rapper Nota Baloyi, is refusing to lend a helping hand. Zahara is currently facing financial woes, and she is at odds with Nedbank, which has threatened to sell her Roodeport home due to non-payment of her monthly mortgage.
As she continues to feel the heat and wrath of black Twitter who have told her to stop blaming DJ Sbu for her downfall. Nota has weighed in his two cents on this. The YouTuber slammed those who want to help her.
This comes after BI Phakathi, a Twitter user, started a fundraising campaign to help Zahara save her home. Nota slammed the Twitter user: "You want us to buy her drugs? We learnt our lesson with Zola. She must go to rehab & leave DJ Sbu alone!,” he claimed.In addition, he speculated that Zahara might be receiving drugs from her current label; Warner Music Africa. "I have serious suspicions that someone at Warner Africa has been feeding our AfroPop princess, hard drugs. My suspicions are raised by the strange behavior displayed by said songstress ever since she signed to Warner South Africa. Last week they were having a name change party." he claimed.
Nota has defended DJ Sbu who is accused of allegedly destroying Zahara's career: "Now we are watching another apparently drug fueled TikTok meltdown & yet DJ Sbu has nothing to do with her career but he’s the one that has to suffer because Zahara abuses substances? I will conduct further investigations to get to the bottom of this. You’ve been WARNED, WARNER," he tweeted.
Zahara recently pleaded with Kaizer Chiefs to help her save her home. According to Daily Sun, she wanted to host a three-hour concert at a stadium to raise money for her house. Her only issues were a stadium, sound equipment and ambulances, and she wanted assistance from the football club.
“I want to approach Kaizer Chiefs to help me. I promise to do great. I just want to have a concert, not just for me but my fans and family too,” she told the publication.
“I want to plead with Chiefs and Kaizer Motaung when they have their next match. I don’t want to do much. I just want to sing my heart out. I can do a three-hour show. All I’m asking for is the sound equipment, stadium and ambulances as well as other things," she added.
Image Cred: Instagram @zaharasa