Our very own Jabulani Makhubo also known as Sjava is making headlines not for his musical career, which brought him to stardom, but for his personal life.
Recently he had a fall out with his ex-girlfriend Lady Zamar who claimed the musician raped her, whilst they were dating…
However, his mother once shocked his fans when she revealed that Sjava had a wife during the time he was in a relationship with Zamar.
This time he’s in a child paternity wrangle and is said to have stopped paying child-maintenance.
These claims were made by a young woman who claims Sjava is the father of her child.
Mandisa Mkutu (26) has come out with guns blazing exposing Sjava’s secret child.
She disclosed that he is denying responsibility, much to her annoyance as she is sure Sjava is the father of her son.
She even claimed that Sjava wants to keep the child a secret to everyone including his family.
According to Mandisa, at some point he tried to but her silence over this issue by sending someone from his record label with a bribe so that she doesn’t tell people about the child.
Mandisa revealed that they heard she was going to expose Jabulani because she was tired of his tricks.
They told her he was going through a lot and that this would break him.
They gave her R10 000 in cash and told her to keep quiet.
However, she took the money to the police and wrote an affidavit.
When asked about the money, the record company, could neither confirm nor deny the issue.
Though the label’s CEO Kgosi Mahumapelo said they would not comment on personal issues that are.
she said the child deserves to be taken care of by his father, even though she and Sjava are not living together.
Mandisa is a model who also runs a small business in East London, that’s where she met Sjava in 2017 when he came to perform at a festival.
Mandisa received her last child-maintenance payment in March, revealed that it’s been an uphill battle to get Sjava to take responsibility for their son.
She furthermore said if the child was not his, why would he support me for almost a year?