Up-and-coming musician Inno has taken to social media to call on popular TV personality Sammy Sosa to pay back R20 000 he claims he sent her to feature on his trackThe artist enlisted the help of popular photographer and socialite Thickleeyonce in trying to reach out to Sammy, with Inno claiming that Sammy has “blocked” him.
TMG Entertainment has attempted to contact Sammy Sosa several times but she has been unavailable for comment.
Inno took to Twitter on Friday to claim that Sammy had taken his money and blocked him from communicating with her.
My money was taken my Sammy Sosa…Sam Lehoko a lot of money and she blocked me everywhere and it was meant for something she failed to doThe full story of what transpired between the two was then shared by Thickleeyonce, who took to her own page to explain how she was involved in the drama.
Thickleeyonce explained that she was called to do a shoot with Sammy and Inno a few months ago for a track they were doing together.
She says that Inno asked Sammy to be on an upcoming track but that he was told she would only feature if he paid her a R20 000 deposit.
Posting a picture of the receipt, Thickleeyonce claimed that Inno paid the amount, but Sammy gave him the run around.
It’s been a month now, I ask him when are they coming for the shoot he says they haven’t even started recording Hao okay !
— Thickleeyonce (@ThickLeeyonce) August 5, 2016
Thickleeyonce claims that Inno told her that Sammy had not been answering his calls or messages and when he finally got hold of her, she apparently told him that she was not well and had been in hospital. They agreed to meet but she did not show up.
Frustrated, Inno says that he tried to involve the police, in an attempt to get his money back from her, but when they visited her workplace they were told that she no longer works there.
Power FM last week confirmed to TMG Entertainment that Sammy no longer had a contract at the radio station, but would not be drawn into speculation about the reasons.