- Emtee's collapse during a live stage performance really stressed out fans last year
- Alleged rumours about his substance abuse saga really hindered his career
- The Mzansi rapper is determined to start off the year on a good note with new music already in the pipleline
Mthembeni Ndevu, aka, Emtee, shared two proud pics of his son kitted in his school uniform as he headed off to his first day of pre-school this morning.
Last week, Briefly.co.za reported that the Mzansi rapper had a rocky year in 2018, but he had turned over a positive leaf and had his goals set for 2019.
He said on social media that he is working on some news music, but it is going to take a little time to perfect.
Last year, Emtee had his fans stressed, after he collapsed during a live performance. The incident went viral after a video was posted on social media, with fans calling for him to get help.
However Emtee dismissed rumours of substance abuse being the cause of his collapse and said it had simply been a fall due to exhaustion.
Th rapper took a month long break away from social media to recooperate and is now back stronger.
I realised that I have to be responsible because there are a lot of people depending on me. I am a son. I am a father. I am a role model and my music has to reflect that. I want to be more responsible
The Mzansi rapper, is best known for his debut hit single, Roll Up and is currently signed to Ambitiouz Entertainment, a South African independent record label. His debut album, Avery was certified platinum by RISA in 2016.
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