- Big Xhosa feels that he's not worthy of a South African Music Award (SAMA) yet and told his fans
- The upcoming rapper says that he's only been on the scene for three weeks so he still needs more time
- Even though he doesn't think he should get a SAMA yet, he thinks Makhadzi deserves one more
Upcoming Mzansi rapper Big Xhosa is shutting down his fans who are saying that he should've been nominated for a South African Music Award (SAMA). The rapper only recently got onto the scene and made a diss track titled Ninyile to show other rappers what he's made of.
"Why are some of you guys saying I should be nominated for SAMAs? I just arrived 3 weeks ago. They did Makhadzi wrong though!" he tweeted.
As much as he appreciates the support he's received from his fans, Big Xhosa doesn't think that he's worthy of a SAMA yet and still has a lot to prove. He's released more jams on YouTube and he's making a serious claim to fame at the moment.
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Fans in the comments section were arguing that if EPs can be nominated for the best album category, then so can he. Big Xhosa has been pretty disrespectful to a number of Mzansi rappers and has even apologised to some for his harsh words.
Even though he doesn't think he's ready to be a SAMA nominated artist yet, he's acknowledging how good Makhadzi is.
Briefly News previously reported that Big Xhosa humbled himself and apologised to A-Reece for being disrespectful. Mzansi rapper Big Xhosa made headlines recently when he released a diss track where he dragged the majority of South African rappers.
Big Xhosa has now decided to humble himself and apologise to A-Reece for the things he said about him. Big Xhosa said that he now realises that his line about A-Reece in his song Ninyile was the most disrespectful. The rapper sees now that he might've violated A-Reece.
"A-Reece, I'm sorry bro. Lol I'm saying sorry because I listened to that diss song and I realised that line about him is the most violating and impactful. It can never be undone," he said.
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