"Bottom line is, any of those houses have nothing to lose if something bad is reported of them like I do.
"We never got along and we are even looking into signing a petition because we just want to live in peace.
"He has been monitoring us, but honestly we just go to the store for essentials.
"I can't help that he sees things that are not there.
"I haven't done anything that will result in this escalation. He's complaining about a car going up and down - not that I made a noise after throwing a party and invited people."
NaakMusiQ said: "I have stuck to the lockdown guidelines as issued by the government of South Africa and I am adhering to the strict security measures as set out by the Estate.
"I am shocked by these allegations and will take action if my brand name is associated with this fake news."
O'Neil said he raised the matter countless times with over seven police officers at Honeydew police station since the national lockdown started on March 27 and they did nothing.
He provided Sowetan with the names of the seven officers.
Police spokesperson Brig Vish Naidoo confirmed no arrests were made yet and "investigations are continuing and the details of this case cannot be divulged at this stage".