Johannesburg – Musician Nandi Madida has set the record straights after being met with confusion following news of a court battle to recover money owed to her.
The Sunday World reported that Nandi was suing Amaru Da Costa (Thamasanqa Fakazi) who they referred to as her manager at the time she was an ambassador for Lux.
According to the publication, the musician is trying to recover R3.7 million.
Following the news, Nandi took to social media to clear up any misunderstandings and confirm that a summons was sent to Amaru.
“I can confirm that due to outstanding money a summons has been sent from my legal team to Amaru Da Costa (Thamsanqa Fakazi) an agent who works with Unilever on the LUX campaign. He is not my manager & has never been my manager as the headline suggests”, said the star.
She confirmed that he was not her manager but an agent working for the Lux campaign at the time.
Thamsanqa Fakazi (known as Amaru Da Costa) from Ade Holding Propriety who was not my manager, and has never been my manager as his company is the agent of this campaign.
“He has been issued with a summons for outstanding money he has not paid me from the LUX campaign, as the ambassador.”
Madida went on to say that although she could not divulge more information, Unilever has communicated that all money was paid to Amaru.
Nandi also revealed that she has signed with A3 Artists Agency in Los Angeles.