At a meeting held last week at Jah Prayzah‘s Belvedere offices, Gonyeti, as Pamela Zulu is affectionately know, claimed she had to sleep with Jah Prayzah to secure a place in 3rd Generation and then frequently afterwards to retain, a place in the band. Zulu left 3rd Generation on the eve of Jah Prayzah’s latest album launch and there was even talk that she had talked other band members into leaving with her but she denied the claims.
Jah Prayzah’s lawyer, Eddie Hamunakwadi told H-Metro that it was strange that a person sexually abused would seek compensation from the abuser instead of lodging a complaint with the police. He believes that Gonyeti is trying to extort money from Jah Prayzah in the hope that he would do anything to avoid bad publicity and for that reason, he wrote a letter to her lawyer to advise her that they were not going to engage in any compensation talks but would rather meet in court.
Part of the letter reads
Clearly the conduct of your client, demonstrates a sustained campaign to ensure that our client’s rising star wanes. we therefore accordingly advice that our client will not pander as your client’s extortionate and selfish monetary demands to appease fabricated and malicious allegations which have absolutely no place in modern-day civilization. For avoidance of doubt our client is more than ready to have his day in court if need be to protect and defend his name and integrity.
Jah Prayzah is currently in South Africa shooting the video to Mdara Vachauya.