Makhadzi’s new management finding best legal team to help her with Open Mic saga

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Makhadzi’s new management is finding the best legal team to help her cut ties with Open Mic.

This after Open Mic disputed the statement released by the Limpopo singer in which she announced her departure from Open Mic Productions, saying she decided not to renew her contract to focus on her company and other business ventures.

According to Sunday World, the stable knew nothing of Makhadzi’s departure since she allegedly signed a “auto renewable” contract.

Makhadzi has since taken to her timeline to share her woes with Open Mic in a series of Twitter posts.

She alleged Nkateko Maluleke, who was MD of Open Mic when she first signed with the company, had allegedly threatened her when she demanded her contract.

The singer also claimed she had never been paid for the sales of the four albums she did with the company.

Audio clips of a conversation, allegedly of Makhadzi arguing about her contract with Maluleke, have been leaked online.

Maluleke declined to comment, saying Open Mic would release a statement in due time.

Listen to the audio below:

According to ZiMoja, Makhadzi is still under contract to Open Mic Productions.

A source from the record label has since revealed a clause stipulating that Makhadzi will continue to work for the record label unless they feel dissatisfied with her performance.

Makhadzi’s management said they will seek legal advice, as they have obtained the contract with the clause that states the singer is still affiliated with the company.

“This is becoming a legal matter so we are going to meet with our lawyers to give us the way forward. We received the contract which she signed so we are presenting it to our lawyers so we can be advised what to do next.”