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Oupa Sefoka, famously known as DJ Sumbody. Photo: Oupa Bopape/Gallo mages
Oupa Sefoka, famously known as DJ Sumbody. Photo: Oupa Bopape/Gallo mages

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House music guru Oupa Sefoka, famously known as DJ Sumbody, wants to turn a settlement agreement reached between him and renowned rapper and television presenter Cassper Nyovest into a court order compelling the latter to settle about R147 000 in unpaid royalties.

In an ex-parte application – an application brought by an applicant without notice to a respondent – Sefoka cited the rapper and television presenter, real name Refiloe Phoolo, and his label, Family Tree Records, together with a company identified as Bridge Music Entertainment, for failing to stick to a settlement agreement that was concluded in February.

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