One of Zimbabwe’s top reggae DJs, jointly called Judgement Yard is on the verge of collapse after a massive fall out between Etherton Beenie and selector DJ Flevah.
Judgement Yard is one of the most sought after duos in the country as far as reggae deejaying is concerned.
In an interview with waltermagaya.com DJ Flevah confirmed the split.
He said the duo parted ways two years ago due to some irreconcilable differences but they remain brothers.
In a separate interview, Judgement Yard Founder Yungsen I-Randu who is based in the United Kingdom told the publication that he was trying to find ways to reconcile the duo.
“We are resolving these minor issues,” he said.
Etherton could not be reached for comment.
The publication reports that the break up has its backbone on the misappropriation of funds.
According to some sources, DJ Flevah was in charge of the administration side and he handled the bookings.
He reportedly under-declared income leading to Etherton packing his bags.
However, DJ Flevah denied the allegations.
It is further alleged that Etherton was not comfortable with the association with elite fans because his foundation is based on “true Rastafari”.
“Flevah is more on the elite side and not a true Rasta. He is an excellent selector but his roots are not founded on reggae music so Etherton was not amused by the capture of the sound system by snob elements,” said an insider who requested not to be named.
In other news, iHarare reports that popular social media personality and comedienne Madam Boss has been nominated at the 2021 E! People’s Choice Awards.
She has been nominated in the African Social star category.
Taking to Instagram, Madam Boss expressed excitement over her nomination as she pleaded with fans to vote for her.