Tshego Slams Cassper Nyovest for Unpaid Music
Local muso, Tshego, came out guns blazing against Cassper Nyovest over the weekend.
Taking to Twitter on Sunday morning, 6 December, Tshego – real name Tshegofatso Ketshabile – accused Nyovest of not paying him for the songs that he released through the latter’s record label, Family Tree.
He wrote: “If I told you I haven’t seen a single cent (sales) from HENNESSY, GARDEN, THE VIBE, TELL EM SAY, SO HIGH, DEM AH WIND, etc … what would you say? Mind you, I OWN THE MASTERS ON ALL THESE SONGS! [sic]”
Per reports, however, the agreement between him and the “Nokuthula” rapper to distribute his music was apparently never formalised.
Nevertheless, a follow-up tweet highly suggests that Tshego has already taken the “Nokuthula” hitmaker to court: “Been fighting a very silent legal battle. And when I win this case on Monday [7 December], the humble [expletive] stops.”
Nyovest has yet to comment publicly on Tshego’s claims.
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