Bobo Mbele Slams Culprits Who Stole “Ilwa Ntombo”

Bobo Mbele Slams Culprits Who Stole “Ilwa Ntombo”

Social media star and Durban-based socialite Bobo Mbele, has come out guns blazing to set the record straight on a new song making rounds on social media which is not his.

Bobo has become hot property on social media with his slogan “Ilwa Ntomboo,” The social media star rose to fame a few years ago with his video where he called himself a slay queen and advised girls to vigilant as he would take their men.

The self-proclaimed slay queen has since gone viral on social media with his videos and they have many rolling on the floor with laughter.

A new song making the rounds has left many social media users assuming it’s his but, Bobo has taken to his Facebook account to address the matter. The songs’ title is Ilwa Ntomboo, which is Bobo’s signature slogan he has gone viral with on social media.

The social media star’s slogan means to fight and with it, he is encouraging girls to never stop fighting and leaving no stone unturned to look gorgeous.

The song was released by some up-and-coming artists Man L featuring Black Crzy Boyz. Taking to his Facebook account Bobo put the artists on blast and said the song’s title has been stolen and said they will be arrested.

Bobo said he will release his own song this week. “I would like to explain that this song is not ours, and we explained that ours will come out this week because we are busy fixing things so everyone is happy and we do not point fingers at each other, so this one will be arrested please don’t download it and my name is not even written on the song you see people,” he wrote.
Bengsacela ukucacisa akusiyona eyethu lengoma le n laba benza into ewrong 😡😡💔 n sachaza ukuthi eyethu izophuma kuleli…

Posted by Bobo Mbele on Monday, 16 November 2020

Speaking to Daily Sun, Bobo’s manager Mafutha Sokhela said their eyebrows raised when they found out that the musicians have dropped the song ahead of their release and said, once they have found the culprits they will send a letter to their legal representatives.

‘I was informed about this on Tuesday when people called me to verify if the song is out,’ he told the publication. Msibi further said “This person also made sure he releasees his song before Friday. This has also disturbed the release of Bobo’s song.”

His manager said they are trying to copyright the slogan so that Bobo can secure the bag out of it. Bobo previously appeared on Somizi’s hit reality show Living The Dream With Somizi and he stole the hearts of many.

Somizi even endorsed his slogan recently on SA Idols and many celebs and social media users have been using it.

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