Drama At Mshoza’s Funeral As Her Sisters Attacks The Late Queen’s Husband Over Royalties

Drama At Mshoza’s Funeral As Her Sisters Attacks  Her Husband Over Royalties

Drama At Mshoza’s Funeral As Her Sisters Attacks  Her Husband Over Royalties

It appears, a war has erupted between the late Kwaito queen,  Mshoza’s sisters and her estranged hubby, Prince Mzwandile Dlamini, over the star’s royalties.

According to Celebs Now one of Mshoza’s sisters allegedly assaulted Dlamini and damaged his phone after a confrontation at a mortuary on Friday.

The sister was arrested for assault and damage to property but was later released.

According to those close to Mshoza’s family and the sisters, the drama started when Mshoza’s older sister, Thandi, and her younger sister Seipati, went to the funeral parlour to wash her body and to get her death certificate but the parlour would only release the certificate to Dlamini.

Although Mshoza, whose real name was Nomasonto Maswanganyi, was no longer with Dlamini, the couple had not officially divorced.

The sisters also approached the Southern African Music Rights Organisation (Samro) hoping to secure R25 000 to use towards preparations for the funeral, but they were also turned away by officials, who said they could only talk to Dlamini.

The funeral parlour called Dlamini to inform him that there were people who were asking for Mshoza’s death certificate.

“He then rushed there. On his arrival a war of words ensued between him and Mshoza’s family members,” said the source close to the family.

A local publication has seen a video that shows one of Mshoza’s sisters engaged in a verbal altercation with a man who could not be identified in the video. She is also shown picking up a smashed phone from the floor of the funeral home.
Dlamini’s refusal to reimburse the family for all the expenses they had incurred when preparing for the funeral had apparently caused the altercation.
One of Mshoza’s relatives told a local publication that her sister’s husband had apparently paid more than R100 000 towards the preparations for the burial and they asked Dlamini to reinburse his money, as he had the signing rights over everything. But this apparently did not sit right with him.

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