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Mufasa’s song titled 4 Steps Back, comes after the Mal’ Eningi hitmaker dissed him and other rappers on his song 150 Bars two weeks ago. While the idea behind dissing each other was to revive South African hip-hop music and had nothing to do with beef, Cassper seemed to hit below the belt when he called Big Zulu an abuser.

Mufasa’s song titled 4 Steps Back, comes after the Mal’ Eningi hitmaker dissed him and other rappers on his song 150 Bars two weeks ago. While the idea behind dissing each other was to revive South African hip-hop music and had nothing to do with beef, Cassper seemed to hit below the belt when he called Big Zulu an abuser.

CASSPER CALLS BIG ZULU AN ABUSER

The new diss track sees Cassper firing shots at Big Zulu over his music career, saying he used Riky Rick’s death to promote his songs. He also labelled him an abuser.

“You built your career off features with who and who. You know you got a history, n**** don’t act confused, see this right here is karma for women that you abused,” Cassper raps.

Later in the track he says, “And why you try to use Riky’s death to get a hit?”

ABUSE ALLEGATIONS

According to a 2018 article by SowetanLIVE, Big Zulu — real name Siyabonga Nene — was arrested in November that year for allegedly beating up the mother of his daughter.

The publication further reported that the Nkabi Records boss spent a night in jail before appearing at the Johannesburg magistrates’ court the following day.

In March 2021, Big Zulu addressed the abuse allegations for the first time during his interview with MacG and Sol Phendula on Podcast and Chill.

When asked about the allegations, he did not deny knowing about them. He, however, did deny beating up his ex-girlfriend.

Big Zulu

Big Zulu

“I know about that [the allegations] and they were not true. Do you see how big I am, I’ve had many fights with men back home [Bergville] and it was all to prove a point. A woman does not have the same strength as me, I respect her.

“If a woman hurts me or abuses me I leave completely. If she ever abuses me, I’m out, because I don’t even have the energy to even argue with a woman.

“I have never hit a woman with my hands,” Big Zulu told MacG and Sol.

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