Heartbreaking - Makhadzi Exposes All The Cruelty And Exploitation From Her Ex Manager!

Makhadzi has put her ex-manager Rita Dee on blast for her shady business dealings and attempts to steal her wealth and royalties.


You’d recall that last year South Africans including the political party EFF had to get involved after a video of Rita Dee verbally abusing the Matorokisi hitmaker surfaced. Now that led to nasty revelations that the manager didn’t want to release the singer and despite being a hitmaker she was financially poor.

Her manager was eating all the proceeds from the music. Fortunately, Makhadzi managed to fly out Rita’s Nest but it seems like she’s not completely free from her former manager. On Sunday the singer again took to her Twitter to cry out for help.

The singer said that Rita hasn’t given her royalties and has refused to change ownership of the car that she has completely paid off. Not only did she stop there, Makhadzi went on to say that her manager has also not paid her the proceeds made from YouTube.

Makhadzi
Makhadzi 
She went on to table that Rita has deleted all her songs from YouTube and has since blocked all communication with her. “I am tired. I am praying for my self I can’t cope to see someone chewing my money like this I need strength but is not easy I am depressed.

“I want my money. I paid my Picanto car she doesn’t want to change ownership names. If I can die tomorrow everything will be under her name …meaning I was born to be a slave I am tired,” Makhadzi wrote.

“Since I asked her to claim my money from iTunes she said they were not working because of lockdown .Now everything is back to normal she’s not answering my calls she blocked me. I don’t even know how much I did from my album. I am only surviving with shows,” the continued.

“The only thing I did was to ask my money from my ex-manager for my previous album Matrokisi ,and money for my royalties. wt she did was to claim my money and delete all video from Ytube including Riyavenda 10milionviews and Matroksi 8milionviews I didn’t get a cent from my album,” Makhadzi concluded.


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