Makhadzi Being Sued For Over R8 Million
According to Sunday World, Makhadzi’s failure to oblige to the agreement of promoting the sneakers by wearing them to shows and on stage led to a huge loss for the company.
Kicks Sportswear founder and CEO Sammy Mhaule has opened a new store and has further business without the Limpopo-born star.
“I know that I spent a lot of time working on Kicks Kokovha and hoping it would work with Makhadzi as the one promoting this brand,” said Mhaule.
“We had bigger plans but they all went down the drain because she did not keep up with the terms and conditions of our agreement.”
“Yes, Kokovha, which was meant to be hers to work on, is going at half price because I need to get my money back, it’s like they left me to do damage control myself.
“However, I am excited to have also launched Champion X and I believe it will run in the direction I expect it to.”
Kicks Kokovha representative, Nacinda Combrink from Radley Attorneys, said they had since served Makhadzi and Open Mic with rule 35 discovery notices and have not received a response to date.
Makhadzi and the music company aren’t happy with the amount demanded damages.
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