Chicco Twala has swore to “get caught” and “go to jail” if government doesn’t stop the “crooks” or “rodents”
Astonishing entertainer and agent Chicco Twala has swore to “get caught” and “go to jail” if government doesn’t stop the “crooks” or “rodents” from purportedly taking close by pros’ eminences.
Twala made these chilling threats in a letter to Sports, Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa, Communication and Digital Technologies Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams and Trade and Industry Minister Ebrahim Patel, mentioning that they exhibit rapidly under the watchful eye of he denounces any and all authority.
In the letter Twala said he got threats from Independent Music Performance Rights Association (IMPRA) pioneer Dodo Monamodi ensuing to raising stresses over the R10-million they got from the SABC to pay needle sways to specialists.
Twala said Monamodi and his supporters’ objective was to divert the eminences to apparition specialists under the love that it was for their COVID-19 lightening sponsor. He even definite them to SABC CEO Madoda Mxakwe.
“I have gotten a bargaining letter from these rodents communicating that in case I continue interfering with their business, they will make a move against me. In less legitimate cases, they even boast that they are inaccessible considering the way that they are heartfelt with and play golf with ministers and government specialists,” examines the letter.
“As for perils made against my individual, I have made it copiously sure that risks and threatening won’t keep me from imparting my viewpoints and their degradation.”
He found a way to denounce any and all authority if move isn’t made. “I am set up to either go to jail or be caught than to see crooks taking our money and the organization not making a move.
Mthethwa’s agent, Masechaba Khumalo, said that any estimated culpability must be represented to law approval. Patel’s delegate, Sidwell Medupe, said the CIPC (Companies and Intellectual Property Commission) had incidentally excused the get-together society’s application for restoration on account of con-consistence.
Monamodi said IMPRA woud not scatter resources from the SABC without guaranteeing the ideal people are paid.
“IMPRA denies the case that it would not be assessed by CIPC. I moreover deny all the slandering charges against me and IMPRA”.