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Popular Musician In An Embarrassing Fight With Her Driver

Lady Zamar In An Embarrassing Fight With Her Driver || Collide hit singer, Lady Zamar has “refused” to pay his driver even after the intervention of the court which ordered her to pay for his work and use of the car – which she damaged and never paid for damages.

Lady Zamar, Thabang Litsaone says he has gone months with out any fruitful results to reach out to his former employer, Lady Zamar, real name Yamikani Banda.

Lady Zamar first blocked his wife when she tried to ask for the money, and now, he too has been blocked and ghosted by the singer.

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It is understood that Thabang from Olievenhoutbosch in Pretoria, had been Lady Zamar’s driver from November 2018 to April last year.

During this time, Lady Zamar and her manager, Michael Lebuse were using his car, a white VW Transporter T6.1 2017.

But they never paid for his services during this time. Neither did they pay for damaging his car.

He then took them to court where he won the case and the court’s judgement ordered Lady Zamar to R52 524, which she has failed to pay till date.

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Narrating the disturbing ordeal to  Daily Sun, the heartbroken husband and father said: “Trouble started when she asked to use my car together with her manager.

She told me they’d pay me for renting it. When they brought it back, the windscreen had cracks and the back seat was damaged,” he said.

Thabang says he continued driving her around because he thought she’d pay him for the damages.

“When I called her to ask for my money, she told me she needed to pay other people and would pay me once she was done.

This went on for months until my wife decided to contact her, but Lady Zamar ended up blocking her and said she won’t pay me.”

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Upon going through courts, Lady Zamar was ordered to pay him R31 400 with 10% interest.

“She has moved house and no longer takes my calls. I want my money. I need to pay people who helped me fix my car.”

Efforts to reach out to Lady Zamar have been futile for both Thabang and the publication.

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