SECURITY guard, Musa Gumbi, got a call.

He went to check on a noisy party . . .


The shindig was last week – hosted by Anga Makubalo, aka “Naakmusiq”, aka “Naak”, aka “MJ”.

It took place at his Jozi home, at Burgundy Hills Estate in Bergbron, in Northcliff.

The All Access presenter and former Generations actor is now facing an assault charge along with two of his friends.

A complex resident, who didn’t want to be named, told Sunday Sun the actor has been a problem ever since he moved in.

“This boy is forever making noise and throwing parties.

“Last week, he had another loud party in the yard. So a group of tenants reported the situation to the guards,” said the neighbour.

Musa Gumbi said: “I went to investigate. But a highly-intoxicated Naak and his friends moered me.

“The whole estate was watching and some tenants wanted to beat him up.

“Now he threatens me, and I believe my life is in danger.”

A guard, who didn’t want to be named, told the People’s Paper: “MJ and his friends gave Musa a beating. MJ was swearing at us. He said we were underpaid and he could pay us to be his watchdogs for a whole year.

“All the tenants saw it. Some guys talked about moering MJ because he makes their lives hell with his parties.”

At Roodepoort police station, Warrant Officer Nonhlanhla Khumalo confirmed a case of assault had been opened against Naakmusiq and two other suspects.

“They’ll appear in the Roodepoort Magistrate’s Court on Friday,” she said.

Anga’s phone rang unanswered before he started dropping the SunTeam’s calls.

He also allegedly verbally abused the victim and asked him: “Why did you call the Daily Sunteam?”