Kabza De Small and Young Stunna face lawsuit of over 1 million



Kabza De Small’s record label, Piano Hub, and Young Stunna have been dragged to the Joburg High Court by Durban Base Entertainment’s boss.

The brands have been slapped with a lawsuit of over R1 million after Stunna didn’t show up for a paid gig in KwaZulu-Natal in 2022.

According to Sunday World, Young Stunna, real name Sandile Msimango, is the first defendant.  His booking agent Lawk Communications is the second defendant, while Piano Hub, under which he is contracted, is the third defendant.

DBE reportedly booked and paid Young Stunna R40 000 to perform at their event called Durban Meets Jozi, where he was supposed to share the stage with amapiano rising star Mfana Kah Gogo on September 17.

The company owned by an unnamed music producer also spent R8 000 on Young Stunna’s transport, R2 500 on stage, R2 500 on sound, R3 500 on security, R1 000 on lighting, R7 500 on hospitality rider,  R3 500 on tent and R7 5000 on furniture, among others.

“Plaintiff continues to suffer reputational and financial damage as a result of defendants’ breach. The defendants are accordingly indebted to the plaintiff in the amount of R 1086 870 ( One million and eighty-six thousand eighty hundred and seventy rand) which amount is due, owing and payable, jointly and severally, the one paying others to be absolved,” read the papers.

DBE revealed that Young Stunna and the two other companies have refused to pay the money despite sending his lawyers.

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