Musician Benny Mayengani took aim at Munghana Lonene FM, stirring up a heated exchange involving some well-known figures, including James Shikwambana.
Mayengani slammed the station for using Master KG’s song in a crossover to 2024, and also mentioned that people like Shikwambana, who used to fight with him, aren’t part of the station anymore.
Mayengani didn’t care more about the station’s changes and said only a few people at Munghana Lonene still have problems with him.
However, when asked to comment on Mayengani’s claims, James Shikwambana, who looks after Power 98.7 FM and Capricorn FM, kept it short and sweet: “I don’t have time for people with moronic behavior.”
Shikwambana’s brief response showed a refusal to get embroiled in public drama, emphasizing professionalism.
This spat has ignited discussions in the industry, highlighting the dynamics among personalities in South African radio.
Shikwambana’s quick response shows how much he cares about being professional and staying away from unnecessary arguments.