- Mzansi rapper Big Xhosa is still an upcoming artist but he's been getting some bookings in SA, much to his satisfaction
- The rapper took to social media to let it be known that he's doing well for himself despite people thinking he was just goofing around
- Big Xhosa wants to take the game by storm and can't wait to start performing live, just so the people know what he's made of
Big Xhosa is thankful for the support he's been getting from his fans and took to social media to express this. Since coming onto the scene about a month ago with his SA hip-hop diss track Ninyile, he's released a few other songs which have received over 50 000 views each.
There might've been a few people who doubted him but now it's time to start getting serious. Big Xhosa revealed that he's been getting booked for shows all over the country, despite the fact that people thought he would only trend for a week.
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"I got 2 shows in Cape Town tonight, I got 1 in P.E next week and on the same week I got 2 in JHB and that other week I got 1 in Mthatha. Lol some of you were saying I'm only gonna trend for a week then it ends there," wrote Big Xhosa on Twitter.
The rapper thanked everyone who booked him and also thanked his fans. It looks like Big Xhosa might be here to stay, he's trying his best to stay relevant and it's actually working for him.
Big Xhosa humbles himself and apologises for dissing A-Reece
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 was dragging 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. He called him "baby girl" and has now decided to apologise for his words.
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.
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