- Rapper Solo stepped in to defend Boity after a tweep said that better artists were losing work to her
- Boity has just debuted in the rap industry and already has tons of bookings
- Fans praised Solo for being the bigger person and shooting the troll down
Rapper Solo has defended Boity after she came under fire from tweeps over the amount of shows she has lined up.
Tweeps were angered to find out that Boity has been fully booked until October while other Mzansi artists, like Solo are still struggling to get shows.
Solo did not think it was fair for tweeps to hate on the ‘Wuz Dat’ rapper and slammed them for their comments.
One tweet caught Solo’s attention where the social media user suggested that other artists with more music and fans were being snubbed by promoters for choosing Boity to perform.
Briefly.co.za learned that Solo jumped in to defend Boity by saying that maybe promoters think that she would attract a bigger crowd than him, but he doesn’t mind and does not want people to pity him.
TimesLIVE reports that Boity was taken aback by the amount of attention ‘Wuz Dat’ has received since its release.
The track has already skyrocketed to the top of the charts and has received frequent airplay on radio stations across South Africa.
Boity has also said that she has been wanting to make a name for herself in the rap game, but she has never got around to doing so until now.
After seeing Solo’s response to the situation, fans and other rappers congratulated him for standing up for Boity and not letting trolls tear down a fellow artist.
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