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Passion Java Says I Tried Kusimudza Career Ya Seh Calaz  But Zvakaramba

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29 Nov, 2021   |   Posted By: staff reporter   |   Estimated reading time 2 minutes

Passion Java Says I Tried Kusimudza Career Ya Seh Calaz But Zvakaramba

Flamboyant US based Prophet Passion Java has refused to call a ceasefire in his battle with Zim dancehall star Seh Calaz.

The back and forth argument between the two personalities continues as they have taken their fight to national radio station Power FM.

After Calaz’s interview on Power FM claiming he was paid $3 by Java for a mention in the song, Java disputed that saying it was actually ’50 cents.’

“It wasn’t $3 it was actually 50 cents. No one knew him so I can’t pay someone who is not known,” said Java.

He however swiftly made a U-turn saying this was all a joke Calaz was paid well but couldn’t reveal how much it was.

“On a serious note we gave him more money. These $3 and 50cents stunts are just jokes, we gave him good money,” he said.

“On a serious note we gave him more money. These $3 and 50cents stunts are just jokes, we gave him good money,” he said.

The tiff between Java and Calaz begun after the latter released his third album this year which Java said was a sign of him losing his prowess as a musician.

The two have now engaged in a war of words ever since.

Flamboyant US based Prophet Passion Java has refused to call a ceasefire in his battle with Zim dancehall star Seh Calaz.

The back and forth argument between the two personalities continues as they have taken their fight to national radio station Power FM.

After Calaz’s interview on Power FM claiming he was paid $3 by Java for a mention in the song, Java disputed that saying it was actually ’50 cents.’

“It wasn’t $3 it was actually 50 cents. No one knew him so I can’t pay someone who is not known,” said Java.

He however swiftly made a U-turn saying this was all a joke Calaz was paid well but couldn’t reveal how much it was.

“On a serious note we gave him more money. These $3 and 50cents stunts are just jokes, we gave him good money,” he said.

“On a serious note we gave him more money. These $3 and 50cents stunts are just jokes, we gave him good money,” he said.

 

The tiff between Java and Calaz begun after the latter released his third album this year which Java said was a sign of him losing his prowess as a musician.

The two have now engaged in a war of words ever since.


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