Heavy K for failing to meet contractual obligations.e has no shame to tweet that he gets R100 000 per gig while I’m getting depressed here. He needs to get his father out of my house, and those were the words of Thandi Ngqelakhe, a landlady who is gatvol with
“Heavy K told me they haven’t moved out of my house and he has no intentions of doing so,”
Speaking to MGOSI.co.za Thandi Ngqelakhe who has since moved to Joburg says that she advertised the house to let last year due to her plans to move to Joburg.
“I advertised my house last year for rental so they called to indicate that they were interested to rent it. I also indicated to him (Heavy K) that I have intentions to put the house in the market for sale and he said he was interested to buy the property.
“He told me that he won’t be able to secure the money from the bank so we agreed on rent to buy, which also included the municipality services of the house. So, from June last year, the municipality services kept on accumulating for my account. He moved in February 2018 and from May that’s when we entered the sales agreement,” explains Thandi.
In their contractual agreement that included rates and taxes, she claims that Mr 100K per gig only managed to pay R10 000 since he moved in.
“In March this year, he was supposed to pay R400 000 and he told me that he could not get the money together. Out of that amount he only paid R100 000 (on April 15) which went to the bank because I had a payment hold on my bond account. What makes me angry is that they are staying at my house for free.
“You don’t know how has this affected me emotionally but I have to be a parent to my kids. To be honest, I don’t know how I am still alive. December last year, I even begged him to at least pay the bond with no success at all. He told me a lot of cold stories that he was not doing well and I told him that I cannot afford to pay for his father,” says Thandi Ngqelakhe.
Thandi said that Heavy K got the termination letter in August and he was aware that he and his father need to vacate the premises.
“I last spoke with him directly on the 14th of September to ask if they have moved out of the house and if so, where are the keys. He told me they haven’t moved out of the house and he has no intention of doing so. The letter of eviction stated that he needs to move out by or before the 9th of September because he breached our legal agreement,” says Thandi.
She says that Heavy K through his legal team asked to have a round-table with her and she told them that she wants nothing to do with him.
“It’s going to be a costly legal battle while his father is staying in my house for free,”
“If he was paying as per the agreement on the 31st of December this year he was supposed to start with the registration of the house into his name. The last conversation I had with he said I should not speak to him but his lawyer. He even blocked me on WhatsApp. I am now left with paying the bond, municipal services and I must also pay legal fees. I regret doing this privately,” says the angry mother.
She says her monthly total costs for the house are about R15 000 per month.
She also told MGOSI.co.za that Heavy K’s lawyers promised to slap her with a lawsuit for defamation and she doesn’t care.
Heavy K’s attorney, Bongani Khanyile was quoted as saying that the “attempt at cancellation was not proper in law.”
Below is a telephone recording between Thandi and Heavy K.
We didn’t reach the Drumboss by the time of going to press.