Lady Zamar pulls out of Shimza's One Man Show: 'I don't feel safe'
Her and Sjava were both on the concert's line-up
The rumour mill went into overdrive after Lady Zamar announced that she has withdrawn from a concert featuring her ex, Sjava.
Zamar spoke out just one month ago about allegedly being abused at the hands of an ex. Even though she didn't mention any names, fans speculated that she might have been referring to Sjava, after the pair confirmed earlier this year that they were in a relationship.
Sjava later issued a statement slamming the allegations levelled against him and promising to pursue legal action.
Both artists were billed on the line-up for the latest edition of DJ Shimza's One Man Show, set to take place later this month.
Speaking on her decision to withdraw from the concert, Lady Zamar told fans that the reason for her pulling out was “grossly obvious”, adding that legal proceedings are still under way and she could not be in a place where she did not "feel safe".
Good morning Zamartians— Lady Zamar (@Lady_Zamar) December 19, 2019
For grossly obvious reasons I won’t be attending / performing at the Shimza One Man Show on the 25th of December 2019.
I’ve stated all I need to and legal proceedings are still underway and I cannot in anyway be in an environment where I don’t feel safe
I’m really sorry to Zamartians and anyone else who might have wanted to see me perform on this day however I will be in one place or another that you might have the opportunity to.— Lady Zamar (@Lady_Zamar) December 19, 2019
I wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year in advance.
Last month Sjava denied any accusations of abuse, labelling it "false".
“I am aware of the false allegations relating to abuse and assault contained in tweets by Yamikani Banda (Lady Zamar) on October 29 and the media articles based on those allegations," he said at the time.
"On the advice of my legal advisers, I am pursuing the matter through formal legal channels.”