Sjava. Picture: Instagram
Sjava. Picture: Instagram

Sjava says he’s learned his lesson about ‘crazy women’

By Entertainment Reporter Time of article published Nov 20, 2019

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Local rapper Sjava responded to fan telling him to say away from "crazy women" and said he learned his lesson. 

The "Umama" rapper has been involved in an abuse allegation scandal since Lady Zamar's Twitter thread last month. 

Since these claims were made, Sjava publicly stated that he would be taking legal action and not addressing the matter any further on social media. 

Earlier this week the rapper posted a video of his cypher on his Twitter page and @madifashai replied by saying that Sjava is talented and should stay away from crazy women as they would ruin his career. 

The "Eweni" hitmaker quote tweeted him and said, "Ngisifundlile isfundo bhuti" which translates to "I've learned my lesson brother". 

How can u retweet something dt calls women crazy, wow, are guilty or something. Cha ayy, angsaz.

— Phindile Myekeni (@PhindileMyekeni) November 19, 2019

Tweeps weren't impressed with his response and called him out for his comment. 

How can u retweet something dt calls women crazy, wow, are guilty or something. Cha ayy, angsaz.

— Phindile Myekeni (@PhindileMyekeni) November 19, 2019

That is so wrong😒and comments from guys yoh is shocking 😔

— Kega Macheru (@Miss_Kega) November 19, 2019

All abusers call their victims crazy and real men just apologize and move on.

— MerciaB (@NoziphiwoBleks) November 18, 2019

Only God will judge you put aside the talent misleading that woman for two years was uncalled for. I can't label her as crazy woman but I can label you as woman user .

— Vuyo Bebeto Carlos (@BBT771) November 19, 2019

Crazy they say.....when a women express their trauma,they are being called crazy.....

— gratitude😗 (@tshidi_mosetlhe) November 18, 2019

 

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