- Nota Baloyi took to social media to drag Slikour for not giving him credit in his new business ventures in music
- The outspoken record label manager believes that Slikour is not giving people credit where it is due and is getting ahead
- The videos of the Instagram Live were posted to Twitter in snippets, but the gist of it is that Nota is not impressed at all
Slikour was recently attacked on IG live by the outspoken music pundit and manager Nota Baloyi. Snippets of the video in which he blasts the former Skwatta Kamp member, have been circulating on social media and fans have a lot to say about it.
"Why can’t he give me credit for the work that I have done? Because at the end of the day he knows that the credits that he takes feed him. You can’t pay for your kids' school fees with my sweat bro," said Nota.
Nota went on to chastise Slikour in part two of the video for utilizing his hard work to feed his family without acknowledging him.
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The manager thinks that Slikour can't continue to build his brand without giving other people the credit they deserve.
"You are feeding your kids with my work without giving me my due credit. Why are you doing that? It costs you, nothing bro. Don’t take credit for my work bro," said Nota.
It's unclear what Nota was accusing Slikour of because the footage was posted in pieces. Slikour has yet to respond to the allegations made by the media personality.
Nota Baloyi has been pretty loud on social media lately
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Nota Baloyi offered AKA and Cassper Nyovest one million rand to collaborate. Nota Baloyi recently came forward to reveal what he offered both AKA and Cassper Nyovest to do a collaboration and obviously got shut down.
Taking to social media, Nota explained how he offered AKA and Cassper one million rand to do a collaboration, and he is still willing to pay that if they step forward.
“I offered AKA and Capper a million rand each to do a joint album... I still have that money on the table. Who does it make business sense for me to offer the same deal to?”
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