n August, house DJ and producer Heavy K Drumboss, real name Mkhululi Siqula went on some rant claiming that no one in these streets would say stuff like he used who and who to be relevant and that he’s actually getting paid over 100K per gig.
And now it has emerged that the house DJ is being kicked out at his rental property.
According to Daily Sun, an angry house owner Thandi Ngqelakhe wants Heavy K to vacate her property so she can rent the house to people who are willing to pay.
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The house owner told the paper that Heavy K failed to pay the municipal bill as well as the second payment of R400 000.
Late August, MGOSI.co.za reported that Heavy K says that 99% of his hits are produced by himself and 100% with no help or association from any producer and that says a lot about him.
“I remember I used to Deejay for free, sometimes for 2k to 5k but now being able to get paid over 100k for a DJ set it’s actually crazy. Meaning I’ve grown beyond being just a disc jockey. I am an African superstar deejay and ain’t done. I love my country and I love my Africa,” he said then.
The paper reports that what started out as the sale of a house in Port Elizabeth between Thandi and Heavy K has turned sour.
Thandi is apparently accusing Heavy K of refusing to vacate her property after he breached their contract.
It is also reported that on 1 February last year, Heavy K posted a picture of his dad next to a house which he captioned: “Daddy’s New Home, my New Home!”
His attorney, Bongani Khanyile told Daily Sun that the “attempt at cancellation was not proper in law.”
He said to the paper that his client has no intention to vacate the house without a formal eviction application but if it were brought, they’d fight it strongly. He said they demanded that in order for the contract to be lawfully cancelled Thandi should repay him but she did not respond.
According to reports, the DJ was also in hot water with Botswana authorities after he missed a scheduled and paid appearance worth R87000 in 2017.
It is further reported that the organisers of the annual New Year’s Eve Morobosi Festival were granted an interim order by the High Court of Botswana in Lobatse last Friday of June this year to have Heavy-K arrested.