Murdar Bongz Embarasses DJ Zinhle Over House Breaking Charge

Ex-Black Motion member and DJ Zinhle’s husband Bongani “Mörda” Mohosana (previously Murdah Bongz) is allegedly in trouble with the law after a case of theft and housebreaking was opened against him.

According to a source who spoke to Sunday World, the musician is accused — by his former record label boss Moses Nkia Mokgoko — of breaking into the group’s Centurion house on Thursday, 15 December.

Mokgoko owns Spirit Motion, the record label that Black Motion is signed to.

The source alleged that Murdah Bongz stole studio monitors, a television set, computer hard drives and mixing desk from the house which the Joy Joy duo use as an office and studio. They allegedly discovered a forced entry.

It is reported that the house belongs to Mokgoko, Murdah Bongz and Thabo “Smol” Mabogwane. However, the Woza Sambe DJ vacated the house and moved in with his wife DJ Zinhle when he went solo in October. Murdah bongz was replaced by Kabelo “Problem Child” Koma — who now joins Thabo Smol as the second member of Black Motion.

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During his interview last month on Kaya 959 with Dineo Ranaka and Sol Phenduka, Murdah Bongz expressed that Thabo Smol did not inform him before making the announcement that he is no longer a member of Black Motion or that he will be replaced by Problem Child.

Murdah Bongz has allegedly broken into the house before, but his former co-workers let it slide. At the time, he allegedly deleted the duo’s music and took Thabo Smol’s passport.

“This is not the first time he did this. A few weeks ago, he allegedly went to the house and trashed it. He then went into the studio and allegedly deleted some of the songs Smol and Problem Child had recorded. Thereafter he allegedly took Thabo’s passport and left.

“After some discussions with him they decided to let it slide and not press charges. They instead changed the door locks,” said the source.

Gauteng SAPS spokesperson Colonel Noxolo Kweza confirmed to The South African website that a case of theft and housebreaking was indeed opened, however, no arrests had been made and investigations are continuing.

Murdah Bongz had not responded to questions we sent to him at the time of publishing.-Elegance7


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