There are just some celebrities that we simply can’t imagine beefing. Like the Nhlanhla Nciza’s and Zahara’s of this world.
Well according to the latest gossip, it seems the legendary award winning musician, Nhlanhla Nciza has allegedly unfollowed and blocked her husband’s former protege, Zahara on her Instagram account.
The month of April has shown nothing but flames towards Zahara, if she wasn’t putting her former management at TS Records on blast then she was battling the bottle, after enduring a lot of stress during the course of her illustrious music career thus far.
It would prove to be quite a hassle to vaguely guess, what had raised the relationship between Zahara and Nhlanhla to such tumultuous levels, as these two once shared a special bond, with Zahara being taken in by the Nciza’s into their home when she was still carving out her career in the world of music.
According to SABC 3’s Trending SA, Nhlanhla has blocked Zahara.
The going has been quite rough for the Loliwe hitmaker. Recent reports have revealed that Zahara was pursuing the legal route with the hope of attaining millions of rands that are allegedly owed to her by former record label, TS Records. The label, which has now shut down, was owned by well-known music executives, DJ Sbu and Nhlanhla’s husband, TK Nciza.
During a radio interview on Metro FM, Zahara broke down in tears after revealing that she was also taken for a ride by her former manager, Sanele Dlamini.
Zahara’s woes continued in the form of consuming quite a dangerous amount of alcohol. This was after she gulped down a whole bottle of wine, which led in her seeking help with regards to her alcoholism.
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