“Ubani lowo Cruz? Angimazi! nokumazi…”
Taking to Twitter Cruz Afrika said that he does not hate Aubrey Qwana but he feels that he, Ruff, and Sjava should credit his “boy” the late SK Swatie Khing Khong for the Molo song.
“Not that I hate you Aubrey Qwana, but I feel you/ Ruff and Sjava should credit my boy the late SK Swatie Khing Khong for this #Molo song, it’s only fair to put respect on his ideas, I wanted to ignore it but it gets to me daily, I don’t hate u or your success but do da right thing,” wrote Cruz Afrika.
When MGOSI.co.za called Aubrey Qwana for a comment, he was not sure why must he credit SK Swatie Khing Khong on his song.
Aubrey Qwana told MGOSI.co.za that he does not know who is Cruz Afrika, including the SK Swatie Khing Khong he was seeking credit for.
The Molo we all know and got to love:
The Molo comparison by Cruz Afrika:
“Angimazi lowo Cruz. Ngubani lowo SK Skwatie Khing Khong akhuluma ngaye?” asked Aubrey Qwana – indicating that he has not seen the tweet sent to him by Cruz Afrika.
According to a Facebook post by Nkomazi FM paying tribute to the SK Swatie Khing Khong, he died in 2015.
Aubrey Qwana has just released his brand new EP Imvula Mlomo, saying that he wants to change people’s lives through his music.
You can stream/download Aubrey Qwana’s EP Imvula Mlomo [HERE].
This is the very same Cruz Afrika that pressed intimidation charges against Emtee in 2017 to later withdraw, saying that the matter was resolved amicably. He also (then) proposed a boxing match between himself and Emtee.
“Tshepo Modise aka Cruz Afrika and his PR Team have decided to withdraw the intimidation charges against Mthembeni Ndevu aka *Emtee* at Endenville High court on the (07th of March /2017).
Both parties including both lawyers came to an agreement. The parties acknowledge that this agreement is entered into freely, voluntarily and the parties are of sound and sober senses. The parties hereby agree that the matter will be withdrawn,” wrote Cruz Afrika via his official Instagram page.