Big Zulu's baby mama
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Big Zulu’s baby mama sued by Bulie Nazo

Big Zulu’s baby mama has been dragged to court by singer Inga Hina for allegedly failing to deliver services as promised.

22-02-24 15:32
Big Zulu's baby mama
Big Zulu. Image via Instagram @bigzulu_sa

Big Zulu’s baby mama and talent manager, Bulelwa “Bulie” Nazo was allegedly dragged to court by South African singer and songwriter Inga Hina after being unable to deliver the services she had initially promised her, Zimoja recently reported.

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Singer Inga Hina is said to have won a case at the small claims court against the baby mama of the Umbayibayi hitmaker. According to the publication, the Emalini singer took Bulie to court demanding she pay her R20 000 for music PR work that she failed to deliver on.

An insider speaking to the publication was quoted as saying that “Bulie misrepresented herself as someone who is well connected in the music and media industry and as someone who has more influence than she actually does.”

It’s said that nothing agreed upon was done. According to the source, Bulie “is used to doing this… She messed with the wrong person this time. Inga dragged her all the way to court and she won,” the publication quoted the source as saying.

Big Zulu
Big Zulu. Image via Instagram @bigzulu_sa


In another story, last month, Big Zulu was reported to have restored the home of a family based in Newcastle, KwaZulu-Natal. This comes after their house was destroyed and resulted in them losing their possessions, TshisaLIVE reported.

The beloved rapper was said to have hosted a fundraising event last year with the aim to raise money for the project. Taking to Instagram on 31 December 2023, Big Zulu shared a video of the house and thanked “everyone who helped” with the success of the project.

“We’re so grateful because we promised Mom we would build her a house where she can live with her children. I especially thank everyone who helped this to be a success and lent a hand in the mother and her children having a warm home. Thank you to the Newcastle municipality,” the rapper penned.