HE NEVER meant his 4-5 to be hanging around on social media.
“I just did it at a party for a joke and this woman told me she’d deleted it,” said Zaza.
HE NEVER THOUGHT HE WOULD SOON BE A HIT ON THE INTERNET!
Zaza Nyama (37) from the Vaal in Vereeniging, Gauteng assured Daily Sun that the video was no more than a drunken party joke.
But for the woman he picked up that night, it was a way to make some money.
Zaza, known as Ntjamme to his friends, is known to be a well dressed man who loves the finer things in life.
He said he had a good reputation and would never degrade himself in this manner.
He said he took a video of himself in November which he sent to his girlfriend, while the second one was taken last Monday by a woman he picked up at a party.
He said his girlfriend lost her phone a week ago but he didn’t know how both the videos were leaked on the same day – Thursday.
“I was shocked when my friends called me on Friday to tell me about the videos. It was embarrassing. I decided to tell the public that I was just doing the Gigaba challenge,” Ntjamme said.
“The woman who went with me to my house took the video. I thought we were just fooling around. I asked her to delete the video which she did. But she had already saved it somewhere else.”
He said she came back the next day and demanded R1 000.
“She said if I didn’t give her the money she would post the video.”
He said he gave her the money but then she came back for more.
“I decided not to give her any more money and she posted the video. I went to my attorney but he said there wasn’t enough evidence to prove that she had posted it.”
Ntjamme, the father of an 11-year-old daughter, said his family is not pleased with the videos and his mother is not talking to him.
“As a parent and a businessman I don’t want those images on the internet. My company aims to give back to the Vaal community by producing music for upcoming musicians,” said Ntjamme.
“I did not post those nude videos!”