SHE couldn’t believe it was all over. She thought she and AKA were still very much an item – but the way he treated her one fateful weekend left her in no doubt that things had changed. That something, Nicole Nyaba says, is his relationship with DJ Zinhle, his ex and baby mama.
They’re back together, the 26-year-old model, singer and video vixen claims. What’s more, Nicole believes they were already rekindling their romance when she and the rapper were still supposedly an item but she was no side chick, Nicole insists, speaking exclusively to DRUM as rumours of the AKA/Zinhle/Nicole love triangle swirl.
Now it seems DJ Zinhle and her baby daddy, AKA are seemingly in a good place, a couple of years ago, the exes were tabloid fodder when it was reported that AKA had allegedly cheated on the DJ while she was pregnant with their daughter.
The exes had one of the messiest breakups and they even brought their drama on social media when they had a Twitter fight. After AKA broke up with his girlfriend, Bonang Matheba whom he allegedly also cheated on with another socialite Nicole Nyaba, the exes (AKA and DJ Zinhle) have been somewhat closer, sending each other public messages on Father’s Day and Mother’s Day respectively.
The stars recently caused a stir after they were both spotted with DJ Tira on the same day and fans are convinced that they are working on a December banger.
Take a look at the pictures below:
— #MeetingYourPower #ERAbyDJZinhle #RockaXDJZinhle (@DJZinhle) September 12, 2018
#NoRushGang⛔️ kusengenzeka noma yini…. Stay Tuned!!!! I’m taking Supa Mega to Ulundi for the first time. Woza Gumba Fest!!!! Early Bird Tickets on sale right now for R100 till end of Sept!!!! pic.twitter.com/ktlykehCVM
— Malume Bearings (@DJTira) September 12, 2018
However, what appeared to be a solid deal with promises of an easy return on investment turned out to be a nightmare for the player, who said he is struggling to get his money back after being short-changed on a lucrative spot at Alex Mall, as per the deal he signed.
Makola, according to court papers, paid R317 000 towards a franchise deposit fee on a franchise deal worthR512 000 where the outstanding amount of R195 000 was to be paid before he could take ownership of the franchise.
However, before the agreement could be concluded in full, a dispute ensued between Makola and franchise owners after a decision was taken that Makola must take over a less lucrative spot in Grobblersdal, Limpopo – his home province – instead of the agreed AlexMall spot as per their initial agreement.
The decision did not sit well with the soccer player, so he opted to cancel the agreement to purchase and demanded a refund of the deposit he had paid.
The papers show that Gold Brands agreed to the cancellation of the agreement but indicated that Makola will have to pay R5 000 administration fee as stipulated in their contract.
Makola did not dispute the fee, but Gold Brands went for over eight months without paying, leaving him with no choice but to file summons.
According to the liquidation papers filed on July 13 at the Pretoria high court, on receipt of the summons Gold Brands opted to settle the matter out of court, and offered to pay the R312 000 in several installments.
A settlement agreement was signed, which was also made an order of court.
According to the settlement, a payment of R45 000 was to be made in seven installments, with the first payment to be made into Makola’s attorneys’ trust account on October 22 last year and the last on April 22 this year.
But Makola’s lawyer Dawid Moreroa, of Seokane Incorporated, said they only received one installment of R145 000, and said the JSE-listed company defaulted on the rest of the installments for months.
“Again, despite [the] settlement [agreement] having [been] made an order of court, [the] respondent failed to pay the aforesaid amount as per the court order. “[The] respondent only managed to make payment in the amount of R145 000,” reads the papers.
In the same liquidation papers, Makola also detailed how he unsuccessfully tried to attach some of the assets of Gold Brands to recover the R279 418 owed to him, only to discover that the property attached did not belong to Gold Brands.
He said the sheriff received a claim by a third party that the property the sheriff has attached to the value of R41 300 did not belong to Gold Brands.
The soccer player proposed that the company be liquidated to ensure that its creditors were able to recover their funds.
“I respectfully submit that it will be to the benefit of respondent’s creditors if the estate were to be sequestrated,” the court papers continued.
Gold Brands had not responded to Sunday World’s efforts to get a comment on the matter at the time of going to print.