Big Zulu Says Mthandeni Did Not Pay Lwah Ndlunkulu for “Paris”

Nkabi Records boss Big Zulu says Maskandi star Mthandeni did not pay Lwah Ndlunkulu royalties from “Paris.”

In a chat with Sunday World, Big Zulu has opened up about the royalties from Mthandeni and Lwah Ndlunkulu’s hit “Paris.” According to him, there was no formal agreement when Mthandeni SK asked to feature Lwah Ndlunkulu. He said,

“Sometimes, as artists, we do each other favours for the sake of brotherhood and unity. Now it seems Mthandeni is not keen to work with Lwah Ndlunkulu again because of the runaway success of the song.”

“What can we do? I am happy for Lwah Ndlunkulu anyway because her rise and success reflect the hard work we put in behind the scenes at Nkabi Records.”

He defended Lwah for not attending the Paris Song of The Year celebration event. Lwah also explained why she was not at the event. She said,

“I see you are all breathing down my neck, asking why I am not at Mdletsheni. To put you out of your misery, I called Mthandeni several times, but he would not answer my calls. Instead, his phone was picked up by his dancers.”

“So, I can’t just up and go to an event to perform for mahala [for free] . Remember [that] I am signed under Nkabi Records and there are protocols to be observed.”

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