Sol Phenduka feels disheartened by Black Motion’s legal dispute

Sol Phenduka feels disheartened by Black Motion’s legal dispute

On January 11, Podcast and Chill host Sol Phenduka discussed the drama surrounding Bongani Robert Mahosana (Murdah Bongz) and the other members of the Black Motion group.

Podcast and Chill host Sol Phenduka shared his thoughts on the drama surrounding Bongani Robert Mahosana (Murdah Bongz) and the rest of the Black Motion group members on 11 January.

Following a housebreaking and theft case opened by Black Motion boss Mosses Nkia Mokgoko as Spirit Motion against the former Black Motion member, the Johannesburg High Court ruled in favour of Spirit Motion and ordered Murdah Bongz to return the stolen equipment and repair the trashed equipment from the group’s Centurion House.

The Black Motion Twitter account shared a picture of the court order that was dated 10 January which ordered Asante’s father to restore the studio no later than 13 Friday, at 17:00.

Accompanying the picture of the court order were two other pictures that showed a busted studio door and revealed that equipment from a wall and from a desk in the room were missing.

DJ Zinhle’s husband reportedly stole studio monitors, a TV set, computer hard drives and other equipment.

The Twitter account user in charge of sending the post captioned,

“Tick – Tock. Always enter like a kitten and leave like a lion. But NEVER enter like a lion and leave like a kitten. Always be humble.”

The radio personality and podcast host shared his thoughts on the matter. He seemingly was devastated to see how nasty the Black Motion brotherhood fell out and shared broken heat emojies as he captioned,

“Oh man. Brotherhood gone vele [the brotherhood is really gone?]”

Netizens responded to Phenduka’s tweet by sharing their own thoughts on the unfortunate way the former Black Motions member parted ways with the iconic group.

 

Oh man 💔. Brotherhood gone vele ? 💔💔💔 https://t.co/iJM4n7zbl3

— Solomzi Thandubuntu (@Solphendukaa) January 11, 2023
TAKE A LOOK AT HOW TWEEPS RESPONDED TO MURDAH BONGZ AND BLACK MOTION’S BEEF
@MakwethuMfundo reacted:

“Just like that, after years of hard work.”

@ndunduzoEdison wrote:

“Iyaphela [it always ends]. Especially where money is involved.”

@sonwabo_leyi commented:

“This is painful, brotherhood gone like that.”

@Bosula_12 said:

“This is sad.”

@SmoothDeej wrote:

“Like Coffee and Zakes.”

As a result of a housebreaking and theft case filed by Black Motion leader Mosses Nkia Mokgoko as Spirit Motion against the former Black Motion member, the Johannesburg High Court ruled in favor of Spirit Motion and ordered Murdah Bongz to return the stolen equipment and repair the equipment that was damaged at the group’s Centurion House.

The Black Motion Twitter account posted a photo of the court order dated 10 January requiring Asante’s father to return the studio by 13 Friday at 15:00.

Accompanying the photograph of the court order were two photographs depicting a broken studio door and missing equipment from a wall and a desk in the room.

According to reports, DJ Zinhle’s spouse took studio monitors, a television, computer hard drives, and other equipment.

The Twitter user responsible for sending the captioned post.

“Tick – Tock. Always enter like a cat and exit like a lion. But NEVER arrive like a lion and go like a kitten. Always be modest.”

The radio personality and podcast host expressed his opinion on the issue. He accompanied a series of broken-heart emojis with the phrase, “apparently devastated by how viciously the Black Motion brotherhood split.”

“Oh guy. “Has the brotherhood truly disappeared?”

Netizens responded to Phenduka’s remark by discussing the regrettable manner in which the former Black Motions member left the renowned group.

Oh dude 💔. Brotherhood on the wane? 💔💔💔 https://t.co/iJM4n7zbl3

— Solomzi Thandubuntu (@Solphendukaa) January 11, 2023
CHECK OUT HOW TWEETS REACTED TO MURDAH BONGZ AND BLACK MOTION’S FIGHT @MakwethuMfundo responded:

“In an instant, after years of labor.”

@ndunduzoEdison published:

“Iyaphela [always concludes]. In particular when money is involved.”

@sonwabo leyi made a remark:

“This is a painful loss of brotherhood.”

@Bosula 12 said:

“This is a sad situation.”

@SmoothDeej wrote:

Similar to Coffee and Zakes.

What are your thoughts on all of this drama? Leave your comments below.

 

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