TDK Macasette, who was born in Durban, is claiming ownership of the song.
But DJ MAphorisa is adamant the song is his, not hers.
The first version of the song featured TDK Macasette. In the second version, TDK Macasette was left out. DJ MAphorisa rather featured K.O., Zulu Makhathini, and Moonchild Sanelly, who was recently assaulted in Tanzania by airport security on her way back home after a gig.
She commented about her exclusion on her Instagram page, indicating that she had no ill feelings whatsoever. She wrote:
“I was very surprised when Moonchild did the remix. The second never really worried me because everyone knows the first version. Maphorisa can’t even make a Gqom beat. How can he make a Gqom song?…as for my relationship with DJMaphorisa, I have no hard feelings,”
DJ Maphorisa discovered TDK Macasette in 2016 when she was booked for a gig.
He thought her crazy in having claimed the song was hers and he’s daring her to go to court. Said he in an interview with News24: “The world is so crazy. I gave her an opportunity and now she is acting like she is the biggest thing…she can take me to court if she wants to. Where is the proof that the song is actually hers? I’ve put everything out there on social media proving that the song is indeed mine, that’s all.”
It is unknown what TDK Macasette, who has a gig on August 4 this year at Intersite Avenue courtesy of Hennessy, would do, having been dared to go to court.