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Self-confessed coke-head, Brickz, real name Sipho Ndlovu, allegedly assaulted a nightclub stripper following a booze-fuelled night of madness.
It all started with Brickz, who claims to have kicked the habit, and a male companion inviting three girls for drinks at a flat in Randburg.
One of them was Wendy Butt, a top stripper at the popular Club Malasha in Randburg.
Wendy said she left the club and went to join them for drinks.
Wendy dropped another bombshell: "Brickz brought cocaine and we had it with whisky.
"As we got high, Brickz and I started kissing and holding hands."
Things turned ugly when the TS Records artist made an about-turn and started making moves on another girl who had just joined the group.
"We were together and suddenly he was all over this other girl.
"When I started a fight with this girl Brickz threatened to beat me up," she said.
"His mistake was to call me a bitch. I retaliated and he slapped me so hard that I fainted for a few seconds."
She went on: "He thought I was joking when I said I was going to lay charges. When the police arrived he apologised and gave me R1000 not to press charges."
TS Records owner Thembinkosi Nciza said: "Those are just allegations. It's life."
Uncle Louis, Club Malasha's owner, confirmed receiving a complaint from his stripper.