Flaming feud

By Drum Digital
28 February 2014

In one of gospel's ugliest fall-outs, singer Lundi is planning to take legal action against his record label. He tells DRUM why.

They used to be as thick as thieves but a series of alleged bad business practices has ended a professional relationship that spans close on 17 years.

Now, gospel singer Lundi (born Lundi Tyamara) and music scout and record company executive, Tshepo Nzimande, are sworn enemies.

At the heart of their fallout is an album, which Lundi had allegedly made without his record label’s (Zuz’muzi Music) consent.

A series of media outbursts followed in which the two erstwhile friends called each other unprintable names in what is being described as the biggest scandal to befall Mzansi gospel.

Read more in DRUM - 6 March 2014

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