- Controversial music manager Nota Baloyi has taken shots at his former close friend and business associate AKA
- Nota made the attack during a chat in a local podcast after AKA tragically lost his late fiancée Anele Tembe some months ago
- Nota told the public that AKA is right to suspect that people want him to take responsibility for Anele’s devastating passing
Nota Baloyi has fearlessly had another go at a big local music star. The Director at The Orchard South Africa - a subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment - has on previous occasions verbally attacked DJ Black Coffee, Kwesta, Emtee and Nasty C.
On AKA, Nota said he has nothing against AKA, whom he once supported closely as a partner.
“I wouldn’t say AKA is my enemy, I wouldn’t even say Cassper is my enemy… this phase that he’s [AKA] going through right now, I don’t hold anything against him. He feels like he’s being punished. And should he be punished? Yes, he should.
“You know what I am. He should be punished. You don’t… like… he broke through a ‘f*****ng door like a madman. Like a deranged madman...
“I’ve supported you so much. I’ve invested in you so much. I’m a fan. I am a fan. But you can’t let Cassper win like this bro… now you self-destruct.”
Meanwhile, it remains to be seen if the maverick AKA will clap back.
Legend Oskido praises Cassper Nyovest, shares pic: "You have the deadly combination"
Kwaito music pioneer and house music legend DJ Oskido has taken his hat off as an 'OG' for a new school legend, Cassper Nyovest. Oskido lauded Cassper for the musician's recent launch of his own sneakers brand, Root of Fame.
The Mahikeng-born Cassper made news at the start of winter when he announced the investment into what was an existing clothing company, Drip. It soon took just under two months before the larger-than-life musician dropped his first sneakers brand, Root of Fame.
Having previously confirmed how he grew up as a big kwaito fan, Nyovest might never have imagined living to see an icon like Oskido sing his praises.
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Source: Briefly News