Celebrities voice out solidarity with Lady Zamar after she opens rape case against Sjava

A number of female celebrities took to Twitter on Tuesday to voice out solidarity with Lady Zamar after she filed a rape case against Sjava.

“Love Is Blind” hitmaker Lady Zamar alleged that the incident took place at the Porche Villa Hotel after the pair had both performed at the Royal Heritage Festival in Venda, Limpopo, on September 9, 2017.

According to Sunday World, the “Collide” singer approached police at the end of 2019 with allegations of sexual assault at the hands of Sjava, whose real name is Jabulani Hadebe.

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The case was registered at the Lyttelton police station in Pretoria and later transferred to Thohoyandou for investigation.

According to the Sunday World, the police statement detailing Zamar’s account of the alleged sexual assault said: “He woke up and started kissing her and she kissed him back. And he started taking her clothing off [sic] and she kept quite [sic] and did oral sex.”

“She tried to stop him during the oral sex but he did not stop. She just let it happen as he was stronger than her. She was crying as it was painful. When he finished, he got off and held her and told her to sleep on the same day at 12:00.”

Following the news, singer and poet Ntsiki Mazwai, actress Zenande Mfenyana and radio personality Penny Lebyane all tweeted support for Zamar.

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