Makhadzi Blasts Her EX-Manager For Deleting Her Songs on Youtube, Blocking Her Calls.

Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona, known professionally as Makhadzi is a South African singer. She is best known for her songs “Tshanda Vhuya” and “Matorokisi.”

Earlier today  she poured her frustration  with her ex-manager claiming that she has not received a single cent from her songs under her alleged ex-manager. Through her twitter account, she tweeted :

“The only thing I did was to ask my money from my ex manager for my previous album matrokisi ,and mney for my royalties. wt she did was to claim my money and delete all video from Ytube includng riyavenda 10milionviews and matroksi 8milionviews I didnt get a cent frm my albm”https://twitter.com/makhadzimuimbi/status/1332969550204243968?s=20
She goes further to explain her distress :
“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 .iam only surviving with show’s.”

“I want my money I payed 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”

Bottom line from Celebvibestar Entertainment:

Always look out for your artists best interests, that’s the most important thing. As a manager, the #1 responsibility of a manager is to look out for their clients best interest. Never put anything else before that. It is so sad and sickening today to see the state of mental health for example, in the music industry, and how every body is putting deals in front of their clients or putting other things in front of actually looking out for these human beings. If you’re not managing a company and you’re managing a person, you’re not in the record business, you’re actually in the person business and you don’t want to be like a human trafficker. Even if your intentions are good, the moment that you’re not looking out for your clients’ best interest, you’re failing as a manager. There’s so many lessons that I could share with you but that’s, at more core, the #1 thing.
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