It's not only US female artists having beef, gqom artists Busiswa and Nuz Queen were in a twar over claims of a stolen song.
What set this beef off was Busiswa's verse on "Gagashe II" where tweeps originally thought she was coming for "TDK Macasette" last Friday.
Busisiwe disses tdk Macassette/Nuz Queen on a gqom song!! please listen. she's too much. pic.twitter.com/szcdwMyC0e
However, the "Bazoyenza" artist set the record straight saying that the diss was aimed at Nuz Queen who she believes stole Laze Lavuka IDemon Lami from the Ed Harris, Pearl and Sdudla Somdantso produced track Gagashe (Laze lavuuuuki idemoni lami bo).
She's a thief🙃 https://t.co/v2qa52aMJ0
The two gqom artists duked it out of the Twitter streets with both of them throwing insults at one another.
Wena Granny udinga ngikufake induku..unyathelwe imbongolo..iyodibana angibhedelwa mina
Mema abangani, ngiqonde wena ngqo nxa anisebaningi nihlanganyele ingoma eyodwa tsek🤮
It must be frustrating neh? U stole from unknown, underground artists & blocked them from your social media but you were not ready for us to back them & use our own voices & platforms to defend them.Its 1 song that is THEIRS.Take it down, apologise,start over. Make love not war😘 https://t.co/bFjxHQsXvg
Acha kuongeya tuu na usubiriye kuphikwa tuu😎😎😎
Geez, beefing issa lot😅 Let me go back to my boring life now, I've got hits to drop💅 https://t.co/cTyOSzB8Mw
Nuz Queen then finally told her side of the story on Metro FM where she stated that the allegation were false and she produced her track before Ed Harris and his collaborators worked on theirs.
"In gqom we use similar materials. We all use fruit loops. I did a beat, I'm a producer. I produced the song then I saw on social media that there was a song and that it was already done."
Nuz Queen then contacted Ed Harris after hearing the similarities to find out if it was OK to release the song.
"I called him (Ed Harris) I said, I wanted to clarify that I have a similar song and that I didn't want them to go around saying I stole their song."
She then went to explain that her track was done in February but held off on releasing it because it was an unfinished project.
Nuz Queen also adressed Busiswa's diss verse saying: "Busiswa is just grabbing on this opportunity because she doesn't have a song that's out and on at the moment. It's almost December and it's the festive, the heat is on and everyone is scrambling at the moment".
She also issued a warning to the 'Midnight Starring' songstress.
"Honey, you should think again, because you know you survive on leftovers starting from iGobisiqolo with that boy Biiza. Okay? You ain't an artist to me honey but I'm coming for you, you should know that!".
Watch the full interview below: