Legendary musician Chicco Twala has vowed to “go to jail” if government doesn’t stop the “thugs”from stealing local artists’ royalties

Legendary musician Chicco Twala has vowed to “go to jail” if government doesn’t stop the “thugs”from stealing local artists’ royalties

Legendary musician Chicco Twala has vowed to “go to jail” if government doesn’t stop the “thugs”from stealing local artists’ royalties

Amazing performer and specialist Chicco Twala has pledged to “get captured” and “go to prison” if government doesn’t stop the “hooligans” or “mongrels” from purportedly taking nearby craftsmen’s sovereignties.

Twala made these chilling dangers in a letter to Sports, Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa, Communication and Digital Technologies Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams and Trade and Industry Minister Ebrahim Patel, requesting that they demonstration quickly under the steady gaze of he goes rogue.

In the letter Twala said he got dangers from Independent Music Performance Rights Association (IMPRA) pioneer Dodo Monamodi in the wake of raising worries about the R10-million they got from the SABC to pay needle sovereignties to craftsmen.

Legendary musician Chicco Twala has vowed to “go to jail” if government doesn’t stop the “thugs”from stealing local artists’ royalties

Twala said Monamodi and his devotees’ expectation was to redirect the sovereignties to phantom craftsmen under the appearance that it was for their COVID-19 help support. He even announced them to SABC CEO Madoda Mxakwe.

“I have gotten a compromising letter from these mongrels expressing that on the off chance that I keep on meddling with their business, they will make a move against me. In less proper cases, they even gloat that they are distant on the grounds that they are inviting with and play golf with clergymen and government authorities,” peruses the letter.

“With respect to dangers made against my individual, I have made it richly evident that dangers and terrorizing won’t prevent me from communicating my perspectives and their defilement.”

He took steps to go rogue if move isn’t made. “I am set up to either go to prison or be captured than to see law breakers taking our cash and the legislature not making a move.

Mthethwa’s representative, Masechaba Khumalo, said that any presumed guiltiness must be accounted for to law implementation. Patel’s representative, Sidwell Medupe, said the CIPC (Companies and Intellectual Property Commission) had temporarily dismissed the gathering society’s application for recharging because of con-consistence.

Monamodi said IMPRA woud not convey assets from the SABC without ensuring the perfect individuals are paid.

“IMPRA denies the claim that it would not be examined by CIPC. I likewise deny all the slanderous claims against me and IMPRA”.

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