They explained that contrary to the rumors going around, the two record labels did actually release Muzo’s album “Ntekwa Nemitundu Shibili” on 18th December 2014.
They further challenged Muzo to deny that his album was released. Further, he employed him to name the titles of the songs that are unreleased.
Read Pilato and Chef’s full statement below!
Pilato also posted various pictures showing various pictures that were released back in 2014 to promote the album.
Pilato and Chef’s statement comes after Muzo Alphonso day down with journalist Helen, to discuss various issues about his career. During the interview, Muzo claimed that he was mistreated by his former management teams.
See Pilato’s receipts below!