Murdah Bongz breaks his silence over the arrest and legal challenges Black Motion has faced. They have recently been in the news for their harsh fallout and legal battles with one another. Black Motion drama has undoubtedly quickly turned into a conventional reality show.

He discovered himself at the center of a scandal involving vandalism to property. Then, in December, it was revealed that Black Motion had filed a number of legal proceedings against Murdah.

A charge of burglary and theft against the former member of the duo, Bongani “Murdah” Mahosana, was made public earlier this week at the Olievenhoutbosch police station, north of Johannesburg.

They use their Centurion home as an office and recording studio, and Murdah, who just quit the group to pursue a solo career, allegedly broke into it on Thursday, according to Moses Nkia Mokgoko, the owner of Black Motion’s record label, also known as Spirit Motion.

He claims that after forcing his way inside, he seized mixing desks, television sets, computer hard drives, and studio monitors.

Since then, Black Motion has announced that Mörda has been ordered to pay back the items he unlawfully removed from the Spirit Motion studios.

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DJ Zinhle was added to the mix, on the other hand. She was even charged of being the cause of the conflict between the two and Murdah’s recent deeds. She made it plain that she would not address claims that she is responsible for the contentious divorce.

Mörda, on the other side, weighed in with his opinion. Considering everything, it appears like he could care less. He didn’t respond in a certain way.

He did, however, make it plain that he is putting the drama behind him and concentrating on what brings him joy, which is music.

As a result, he made that disclosure while Black Motion was enjoying their day of victory in court. On the other side, he was putting the finishing touches on Brendan Praise’s record, an Idols SA alumnus and friend. As he published an Instagram story with comparable equipment in the video, one post appeared to mimic the incident of his stealing Spirit Motion’s monitor, speakers, and mixer.

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By J Times

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