DJ Nomza, a prominent figure in the South African music scene, has raised serious concerns about the fairness and transparency of the Xitsonga Music Awards hosted by Munghana Lonene.
His remarks come in response to allegations that raised by Mr post that some winners manipulated the voting system by purchasing multiple SIM cards to vote for themselves.
Nomza’s outspoken criticism didn’t stop there. He openly referenced an individual, using phrases like “that one with a huge stomach and breast,” suggesting that the person who won best Male artist wasn’t confident in his win last year that’s why he sent someone else to accept the award on his behalf.
In a passionate statement, Nomza emphasized that true talent is a divine gift and shouldn’t be overshadowed by financial manipulations.
He expressed disappointment at how Munghana Lonene appeared to overlook deserving artists, shutting them out from recognition.
Taking a firm stance, DJ Nomza urged young artists to reconsider participating in the Munghana Lonene awards, believing that the recognition they seek might not be forthcoming due to alleged unfair practices.
These bold comments from DJ Nomza have raised conversations within the music industry, with many echoing his concerns about the integrity of award ceremonies.
His call for young artists to decline nominations for the Munghana Lonene awards is gaining attention, prompting discussions about the need for transparency and equality in recognizing talent within the Xitsonga music community.