South African Celebrities Who Refused To Work Together. See Their Reasons

1. Black Coffee and Bantwini Zakes

DJ, record producer, and songwriter Nkosinathi Innocent Sizwe Maphumulo, better known by his stage name Black Coffee, is from South Africa. He is best known for his work under the stage name Black Coffee. Zakhele Madida, better known by his stage name Zakes Bantwini, is a successful businessman, record producer, and musician from South Africa.

It is not quite obvious what took place, but Coffee has made it abundantly clear that he would not collaborate with Zakes and that he will not perform the song “Osama.” Instead, he will perform the song’s original version.

2. Zodwa Wabantu and Zahara

Zodwa Wabantu is a well-known figure in South African media and is also active in the socialite and dancer communities. Zahara is a stage name used by South African singer and songwriter Bulelwa Mkutukana. She is best known by her stage name.

Zodwa did not take the indirect route; rather, she stated simply that she despises Zahara. This was something that she mentioned on one of Lasizwe’s shows.










3. Prince Kaybee and Black Coffee

Prince Kaybee, whose given name is Kabelo Motsamai, is a singer and DJ hailing from South Africa. Prince Kaybee stated in a tweet that he will under no circumstances collaborate with Black Coffee.

4. Cassper Nyovest and Prince Kaybee

Cassper Nyovest is the stage name given to Refiloe Maele Phoolo, but he is most known as a rapper, composer, entrepreneur, and record producer in South Africa. Because the dispute between them is public knowledge, we do not anticipate that they will work together anytime soon.

5. DJ Maphorisa and Prince Kaybee

DJ Maphorisa is the stage name of South African record producer, DJ, and vocalist Themba Sonnyboy Sekowe. DJ Maphorisa has released a number of albums. Phori called Kaybee out for his comment that Prince is not in his category of athletes. Forget about seeing them work together, if that was one of your hopes.

6. Jub Jub and Something Soweto

Molemo Katleho Maarohanye is a well-known media personality in South Africa. In addition to being a successful hip hop artist, he is also the host of several popular television shows, including Uyajola 9/9. Samthing Soweto is the stage name under which South African singer and songwriter Samkelo Lelethu Mdolomba performs professionally.

According to the rumors, Something Soweto did not want to collaborate with Jub Jub. This is because Something Soweto created a rendition of the Ndikhokhele song, then Jub Jub did a remix of the song, but they left him out of it.

7. Master KG and Nomcebo

In the music industry, Kgaogelo Moagi is better known by his stage name, Master KG. He is a musician and record producer in South Africa. Nomcebo Nothule Zikode is a well-known performer and songwriter from South Africa.

The disagreement between them began when Nomcebo demanded 75% of the royalties from Jerusalem. After they started going on separate tours, their relationship started to deteriorate quickly.

8. Makhadzi and King Monada

Makhadzi is the stage name that has been given to Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona, who is a singer from South Africa. Khutso Steven Kgatle is a South African singer, songwriter, and record producer who performs under the stage name King Monada. Kgatle is better known by his stage name.

It is said that King Monada desired an ownership stake of one hundred percent in the song Ghanama. Additionally, they each independently published brand new renditions of the song.