By Ithumeleng Tshabalala
Late rapper AKA’s alleged side chick Queen Lolly is in trouble after reality TV star Musa Mseleku and his son opened an extortion case against her.
City Press reports that Uthando Nesthembu star Musa Mseleku and his first-born son, Mpumelelo, opened cases of crimen injuria [wilful injury to someone’s dignity] and extortion against singer Queen Lolly, real name Nomfundo Shezi.
Last month, the drama queen was on the controversial YouTube podcast, Omakhwapheni, and she dished out juicy details about Musa Mseleku and his son.
Queen Lolly claimed she was intimate with Musa Mseleku Sr and his son and even bought receipts to prove it. She played an unverified audio of her and Mseleku Jnr in bed.
In a previous episode, she told Musa Khawula that she allegedly slept with Big Zulu, Master KG, the late AKA and retired footballer Teko Modise.
Musa Mseleku is fed up with Queen Lolly, and he has laid extortion and crimen injuria charges against her at Sandton Police Station. City Press reported that the singer tried to extort Mseleku Jr before the Omakhwapheni interview.
“The allegation is that Shezi wanted to use her friendship with Mseleku Jnr to extort money from the father. When her motives did not succeed, she went on to allege that she was having an affair with him [the father].” said a source
Last month, the Mselekus’ lawyers ordered Queen lolly to desist from mentioning them or face legal action.
Ironically, Queen Lolly seems unfazed. She responded to the extortion and crimen injuria charges against her in a video on social media:
“This video is for my father-in-law, the man who gave me a man, Mthombeni [Mseleku clan name]. I’d like to humble myself before you after everything that has happened and everything that you’ve seen.
“I’d like to ask a few things of you. Please do me a favour, and sit down with your son — who is my lover and my man. He and I are inseparable. Please sit down with your son, and he will tell you the truth because he knows the truth. There is no need for me to provide evidence or release anything.
“There is a lot more you will come across if you continue to defend something you have no knowledge of. I doubt Mseleku — who is my man and your son — gives you a report of his whereabouts and his activities when he leaves his partners at home and has sexual relations with other people.
“I don’t understand why you, as my father-in-law, would defend this when you were not present. I received a letter from your lawyers, but I don’t understand why you would go to social media and mention me, your daughter-in-law.”