Pay back the money: why Nandi Madida is heading to court for her cash

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Singer Nandi Madida (32) is dropping her single this coming Friday while also working on an app and planning her future.
Singer Nandi Madida (32) is dropping her single this coming Friday while also working on an app and planning her future.
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She's fighting for what's due to her.

Singer and actress, Nandi Madida announced that she is indeed in a process of getting money owed to her through the courts.

This is for a LUX campaign, she said.

In 2017, Nandi was announced as the LUX ambassador, kick-starting the partnership with a campaign dubbed We Are More.

The campaign was aimed at celebrating authentic inward and outward beauty of women.

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In a statement she posted on Instagram, she wrote, “I have never been to court before nor have I ever had money outstanding or owed to me from an endorsement I’ve been involved with before.”

She further explained that well-known artist manager Thamsanqa Fakazi famously known as Amaru Da Costa has been served a summons. He's not her manager, she said.

The Organic singer adds that Unilever has confirmed that payment was made to Amaru who was the agent for their campaign.

Nandi would not drawn into discussing the details of the case as it is in court but according to Sunday World, it was a 3.7 million deal.

The amount owed to Nandi is over R800 000, it's been reported.

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