The accolades for the song are still pouring across South Africa, but Black Coffee would rather pass. And because he said he wouldn’t play the song, some fans have insinuated that he has a beef with Zakes.
He brushed the beef claims side, stating that he loved the original version of the song and not the one currently out. While he admitted they had their differences, he insisted they both agreed not to have a working relationship anymore.
He might not like the current version of “Osama,” but he generously conceded that the song is deserving of the flame emoji. He addressed the issues with Zakes Bantwini and why he wouldn’t play “Osama” in a series of tweet. You can check them all out below,
We all doing our best to support each other and they don't have a voice to cry out when such happens and I unfortunately can't keep quiet someone has to say something.This particular song isn't even out yet it's just been played by dj's exclusively and now it's here.
— Black Coffee (@RealBlackCoffee) August 25, 2021
By the way, after a tumultuous divorce that spilled into accusations and counter-accusations on social media, Black Coffee and estranged wife Enhle Mbali have apparently made peace, although still separated.
This much became obvious when she revealed their son recently received a new racing car. She shared a photo of the ride on social media while saying it was from “dad.” A mug of coffee followed the word.