Sjava hate train fails to derail the massive rapper’s crowd pull
Sjava has quietly maintained his consistency in executing boss moves.
Jabulani ‘Sjava’ Hadebe is a charging locomotive without brakes. Anything that tries to derail the rapper’s ambitions gets knocked in the wind of irrelevance.
The truth to the latter is evident in the recent news that Sjava has, once again, sold out his concert show.
Sjava Durban concert sells out in record time
Sjava has quietly maintained his consistency in executing boss moves. Staying true to his Zulu roots, the vernacular rapper has garnered a solid fanbase that has remained loyal to him through thick and thin… and boy has he been through it.
Sjava took to Twitter, on Friday evening, to reveal that his concert, taking place at the Durban International Convention Centre (ICC), on Saturday, 29 February, has already been sold out.
With a little over a month until the show, Sjava has been left with a conundrum most artists would love to be stuck with.
“…So i am thinking we make it two nights because abantu abaningi bayakhala they saying they only getting paid month end so what do you think i should do i am confused,” he tweeted.
It is not exactly clear, at this time, if this will indeed be the case. However, the Ambitiouz Entertainment star sounds confident that he can double up on the total sales he’s garnered for the show on 29 February.
Cancel culture holds little impact in rapper’s career
However, ghosts of the past seem to follow the star wherever he goes. His very public break-up with rising star, Lady Zamar, threatened his career.
At the height of the campaign against gender-based violence, Sjava was accused, by Zamar and her support base, of physical and emotional abuse.
By all accounts, it appears that the married Sjava was involved in a ‘discreet’, romantic relationship with Zamar.
However, the singer, in October 2019, opened a can of worms and exposed the love affair, claiming that the rapper was very abusive.
The Ambitiouz Entertainment star’s response to the allegations birthed a hive that has been on the attack ever since.
It is not clear what the outcome of these legal threats was. However, neither this pickle nor the anti-Sjava hive has been able to tarnish the star’s flare.