Vee Mampeezy's property comes under the hammer


Vee Mampeezy’s property has been put up for auction after the musician was slapped with a writ of execution.

The auction slated for July 8 at Broadhurst Police Station follows a High Court ruling in favour of SAGG Investments against River Square (Pty) Ltd, a company owned by Vee Mampeezy and his wife, according to the Companies and Intellectual Property Authority records.

Deputy sheriff, Ditiro Gabobakwe attached the property to be sold by public auction which includes a black Porsche Cayenne, a coffee table, and a Samsung double-door fridge.

When contacted, Gabobakwe could not comment on the matter while efforts to solicit comment from Vee Mampeezy were futile as his mobile phone did not go through.

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