Mo Flava and Black Motion’s 2-year-old beef gets awkward on radio show

Mo Flava and Black Motion’s 2-year-old beef gets awkward on radio show

Eish, there’s nothing as awkies as beef on live radio. What was meant to be a chilled ease into the weekend turned into a little diss session on Metro FM’s The Fresh Breakfast when Mo Flava went off at Black Motion.

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It seemed that Mo Flava clearly had something on his chest.

But what’s the beef about you may ask?

About two years ago, Mo Flava allegedly booked Black Motion for a gig in Bloemfontein.

According to a report by ZALebs, the tribal house duo were a no show. This left fans hanging and Mo Flava disappointed in their unprofessionalism.

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Briefly.co.za gathered that Mo tried to contact them on the day of the event, as well as afterwards for an explanation. However, Mo’s attempts failed. Black Motion went MIA.

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Black Motion eventually explained themselves and put the blame squarely on their then managers.

Apparently they had family responsibilities to attend to. They said it was miscommunication between their manager back then and Mo.

But Mo claims even their manager back then couldn’t get hold of the duo on the day and had no idea where they were.

It was clear listeners could pick up on the bad vibes on radio. Well, we hope they sort their beef out soon.

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