The feud between Holy Ten and his former signee, Michael Magz, has escalated, causing a rift between the once-promising duo known as The New Bhundu Boyz.
Holy Ten surprised many by announcing that Michael Magz was no longer part of his record label, Samanyanga Sounds. Holy Ten claimed that Magz’s one-year contract had expired, leading to their separation.
However, what could have been an amicable split quickly turned bitter as Holy Ten released a diss track titled “We Don’t Do That Here.” The song not only targeted Michael Magz but also took aim at Winky D, Magz’s collaborator on the song “Ibotso,” and Chelsea, the mother of Holy Ten’s child.
In retaliation, Michael Magz fired back with his own track called “New Chapter.” In an unreleased verse on the Gore Remix, Magz launched a scathing attack on Holy Ten’s wife, Kimberly Richard.
Instead of responding with more diss tracks, Holy Ten took an unexpected approach. He erased all traces of Michael Magz from his music catalog, removing Magz’s name from their collaborative and solo works, including their joint ventures as The New Bhundu Boyz.
In response to this move, Michael Magz remained defiant. He stated that removing his name from the tracks wouldn’t erase his vocals from the masterpieces they had created together. In a Facebook post, Magz expressed his assurance that the audio tracks would still exist, regardless of whether his name appeared on them.
“Morning Chero ukabvisa my name ziva kuti Audio haibve ndosaka. Holy removed my name on the tracks l featured on YouTube,” Michael Magz wrote on Facebook.