Big Zulu Responds To Somizi Criticism

Big Zulu Responds To Somizi
Big Zulu Responds To Somizi

Big Zulu, the man of the moment has finally responded to Somizi’s shade.

The media personality had criticised Big Zulu’s top-charting hit song, Imali Eningi during the KZN Entertainment Awards in Durban last week.

The song literally translates that people need large amounts of money so they live a comfortable life.

It sent Mzansi into a frenzy when a video of Jacob Zuma’s son, Duduzane went viral. Many have since recreated the video.

But Somizi said the song didn’t have meaning and could not relate with him because he already had large sums of money and didn’t need more.

He then asked fellow artists to write meaningful songs that accommodate everyone.

“The song is dividing us who have money and those who don’t have money and want to have it.

The song does not relate with me at all and I feel left behind because I also like to be part of Duduzane Zuma’s famous walk challenge.

I challenge Mzansi artists to write the song that accommodate all of us and not separate us with our financial status. I challenge Big Zulu, Sjava and others to write the song that will accommodate us all,” Somizi had earlier said.

Big Zulu, whose real name is Siyabonga Nene, said he won’t entertain Somizi.

Like a big brother, Big Zulu decided he wouldn’t act childish and start beefing or saying something bad about Somizi.

Rather, he said he wanted to confront Somizi in person when they meet.

“What Somizi said was his opinion and I will not entertain him. I will not talk about someone when they are not present as he did. I want to confront him and tell him what I think about his criticism. I don’t have a problem with him and I will address him when we meet,” he said.

Imali Eningi is still topping charts and has over 3 million views on YouTube.