Nandi Madida Explains Why She Believes Maphorisa Is A Better Producer Than Zakes Bantwini

Nandi Madida Explains Why She Believes Maphorisa Is A Better Producer Than Zakes Bantwini. In the latest episode of Drink or Tell The Truth With Lasizwe, Nandi Mandisa was asked who she thinks is the best producer between Black Coffee, Zakes Bantwini and DJ Maphorisa.

The vocalist boldly placed her husband Zakes Bantwini number two, leaving Maphorisa on number 1 and the people’s favourite international DJ Black Coffee was ranked number three. Nandi explained this and said that Maphorisa is number one because he is an amazing DJ and is very good at what he does. She said she has known him for a long time and there was no way she was gonna betray him like that.

She also opened up about her husband’s famous hit song ‘Osama’. On the show she revealed that Osama is an original and hinted that Black Coffee should seek therapy. Nandi Madida politely responded saying that Osama is indeed an original song and took the high road explaining that it is meant for positive vibes.“First of all I’ll answer the first part, Of course it is original. It was original and how I felt about that I think, without entertaining it, the song is a reflection of where everyone should be. We should all be positive, we should all be happy for one another. Especially for black people, we cannot afford to divide and rule,” replied Nandi.

Speaking about the success of his channel and his new YouTube show ‘Drink Or Tell The Truth’, Lasizwe gave credit to his team. “So I want to first give a big shoutout to my team. I have the most amazing team, from the content director Emanuel, The director of photography Kelvin, the editor Tumi and interns.”

He said he started Drink Or Tell The Truth because he wanted to give his supporters something different. “I have been doing skits for four years, what else can I do?” He said he then came across James Corden’s show called Spill your guts and he was inspired.”I was like, that’s a great concept but how do you take the “insipiredness” and create something new from it, and that’s how Drink Or Tell The Truth came about,” Lasizwe explained.

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