Pic: Tshego wins court battle against Cassper Nyovest
Tshego excitedly announced on social media that he’s won the legal fight against an organization who refused to pay him royalties for his songs.
On Sunday, the rapper lamented about the issue, and many assumed it was Cassper Nyovest’s Family Tree record label that owed him, as he was part of the label before departing.
TshegoIf I told you I haven’t seen a single cent (sales) from HENNESSY, GARDEN, THE VIBE, TELL EM SAY, SO HIGH, DEM AH WIND, etc… what would you say? Mind you, I OWN THE MASTERS ON ALL THESE SONGS!”
He added, “Been fighting a very silent legal battle. And when I win this case on Monday the humble shit stops.
A sincere thank you @KMalatji and the #TailorMadeLaw team for getting my catalogue back in my possession after all my calls, emails, and texts failed. Thank you #Africori for realising my catalogue was for none to earn from but myself. We’re setting a precedent 🙏🏽
— T⚡️H E G O (@OfficialTshego) December 8, 2020
Returning to Twitter on Tuesday, he confirmed winning the legal battle, as he shared the screenshot of an email, where he was asked to send his account details.
However, some tweeps claimed he was chasing clout with the money issue, in other to promote his forthcoming 2nd album. While, a few others said it probably wasn’t Family Tree label.