Parsons told Radio VOP this week that he had not received the money the last time he had checked his account.
“I haven’t received the money because I had to open an account first,” said Wendall refusing to answer any further questions.
His manager and mother Justine Parsons said his son who won the BBA together with Nigeria’s Karen Igho is yet to receive his dues.
“MultiChoice is dealing with the issues but he has not yet received his money,” said Parsons amid reports that his son also lost valuable property on his way back home from the BBA show in Johannesburg such as ipads, iphone and cell phone.
Parsons has so far received $50 000 from President Robert Mugabe as a reward for winning the show.
MultiChoice Zimbabwe officials this week told local media that the delay in paying Parsons his money was because he had no working bank account in Zimbabwe.
His manager even admitted that Wendall had no bank account in Zimbabwe. He arrived back home from Australia just in time for the BBA show auditions.