Following the recent drama that has been ensuing between Sjava and his former lover, Lady Zamar, the actor cum singer’s career has hit a brick wall as it has been affected negatively.
This followed the alleged claim leveled by Lady Zamar, stating that Sjava had raped and abused her.
The rape allegations, which became known to the public since last month, have been one of the trending topics in Mzansi.
Several updates have arisen due to the claim and Sjava has kept his stance as being innocent of the claim.
It was earlier reported that ‘Collide’ singer, Lady Zamar, has dropped the rape charges. However, there is no evidence to back up such a report yet.
The talented singer, Sjava, has been cancelled from several events, following the rape charges leveled against him. These events were such as the DStv Music Awards, Cape Town Jazz Festival, and Mpumalanga beauty pageants concert.
However, television and radio airplays did not cancel out the singer. SABC has stated that the award-winning singer, Sjava, will not be cancelled until he is proven guilty of the rape accusation.
Following the outbreak of coronavirus, several events have been postponed until further notice. The shows that had cancelled Sjava because of the rape allegations are part of events that have been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
People are saying that Sjava is serving a living God and he has his ancestors to back him up as these shows will not be happening for now.
Cape Town Jazz Festival canceled due to Coronavirus, Sjava serves a true living God, washweba Sathane
— Zimisele Mbokazi (@MapsMbokazi) March 14, 2020
— Sir DoH Hussle (@sakkie_doh) March 14, 2020
Badimo ba Sjava😰🙏🙏🙏🙏
Serves y’all right for what y’all did to Injalifa. Tsek🤢 https://t.co/5j56eHbnFZ
— Monna Wa Chizama (@mithisa_motho) March 14, 2020
— Hudson Gwala (@Hudson_Gweezl) March 13, 2020
Lady Zamar's plan was to destroy Sjava's future but now that we have Corona Virus and all events are being cancelled she didn't have a choice but to withdraw the Charges..🤷🤷🤷 pic.twitter.com/RhqBOerGxI
— M O J E L A (@SbuaMojela) March 17, 2020
— Jack Bafazini (@Percyk10) March 17, 2020
Sjava looking at all the events that cancelled him getting cancelled. pic.twitter.com/jJZNKca4Vt
— Sandisiwe (@_SandisiweVani) March 17, 2020
Cape Town IJF announced:
In light of growing concerns around the spread of Coronavirus, the Cape Town International Jazz Festival management regrets to inform the public that this year’s event has been postponed for the foreseeable future as a public health precautionary measure.
The other events have been postponed until further notice for similar reasons.