It’s one thing to be gifted. Pursuing your strengths and believing in your ability to change your story are two different things. Sjava has established a legacy that would take another artist decades to achieve.
The multi-talented performer did not come from a musically supportive family; in fact, he had to overcome adversity to get to where he is now. Sjava’s biography is a synopsis of the artist’s rise to recognition and success. It will not only motivate you to pursue your goals, but it will also test you.
Sjava, the multi-award-winning artist, could not hide his relief when a rape case against him was thrown out. Lady Zamar, his ex-girlfriend, filed a rape complaint against him at a local police station in 2019, which was then forwarded to the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA).
When the news broke, he sent a pretty telling tweet, despite not explicitly commenting on it. He denied raping Lady Zamar in a statement made in response to the rape charges, but sorry for the anguish he caused her. Sjava stated numerous times that the rape allegations are untrue.
Sjava allegedly raped Lady Zamar in a hotel in Thohoyandou, Limpopo, according to Lady Zamar’s similar allegation. This sexual incident allegedly occurred in 2017 after they both attended a concert.
Sjava spoke out about how his rape case affected him mentally, emotionally, and professionally earlier this year. The musician isn’t one to talk about his personal life too much, but it’s clear that the whole issue surrounding his personal life, including Lady Zamar’s rape allegations, has had a terrible impact on him.
The eHostela star spoke with Mzansi Insider’s Rorisang Thandekiso on how he’s dealing with the aftermath of the saga. In 2019, his ex-girlfriend Lady Zamar filed a rape complaint against him at a local police station. She described how the incident occurred after they both attended a common function.
Lady Zamar said at the time that it couldn’t have been consenting intercourse because she had her breasts reduced in July 2017. Her doctor told her that she couldn’t have intercourse for around six weeks after the procedure.
After months of defending himself, the National Prosecuting Authority threw out the rape charge, according to a publication (NPA)
Sjava Exposes A Tweep
Several videos of award-winning singer Sjava singing for children went viral a while back. Numerous theories arose in response to the videos.
Sjava debunked a bogus story spread by a Twitter user who claimed that the Umama hitmaker was singing for the youngsters after they helped him clean up the looters’ mess in his village.
“#KingSjava Crown on some “Vumelani abantwana beze kimi” (let children to come to me) type of nonsense,” Sfiso wrote on Twitter. After the youngsters helped clean up the wreckage left by looters in his community, he performed this as an expression of appreciation.”
Sjava clarified the scenario, saying he was just chilling at a car wash when a group of people approached him and asked him to sing for them.
Sjava Posts all his wives
Ever since his much hyped separation with his former girlfriend Lady Zamar, Sjava appears to have gone on with his life in 2021, with not one, but three gorgeous women. Sjava shared images of his three wives on Instagram and Twitter in a post that he captioned: Amakhosikazi ami ngokulandelana” (‘my wives respectively’).
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