Chillspot Records producer and co-founder Rodger Kadzimwe, affectionately known as DJ Levelz, has once again responded to reports that his stable is fleecing fast-rising Zimdancehall chanter Enzo Ishall, advising people to rather worry about the missing USD $15 billion.
In an Instagram live video together with the Magate singer, the duo accused people of trying to divide and destroy their stable.
"Nothing was said about the missing $15 billion, Instead of pressing on such matters people are coming at us, said Levelz.
The Kanjiva hitmaker defended his paymasters, arguing that his few hit songs cannot sustain a flamboyant lifestyle people are expecting of him.
"I only made my breakthrough last year October and by December only had about four hits which could sustain up to 30 minutes of my performance. This means I was making $150 per show, which is half of $300 paid per hour's performance.
"The money would then be shared two way not four way as reported, Chillspot taking their share as a studio and I, my percentage," said the crooner.
"It is called the divide and rule strategy meant to see Chillspot crumble, that these people are trying to employ. They want to see Enzo, Fantan, and Levelz parting ways and take over," added Enzo.
Meanwhile, the trending Zimdancehall sensation has since left the country for Australia where he is reportedly set to performance at controversial socialite Ginimbi's All White Party.