Emtee's fans debate on whether or not he should bail on Ambitiouz

Emtee's fans debate on whether or not he should bail on Ambitiouz

When a hip-hop page on social media asked rapper Emtee's fans if he should drop music record label Ambitiouz, they had a lot to say on the matter. Many stars have lately walked away from the label, and Emtee might just be next.

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Emtee has been having some issues with his record label, Ambitiouz and even asked Sizwe Dlomo, media personality, if he'd manage him.

As reported by SAHipHopMag, Emtee is not happy with the label, but he can't just walk away because he has a family to think of.

However, his fans were very vocal on what they think he should do.

A hip-hop page asked on Twitter if fans think Emtee should leave Ambitiouz and almost all of them had the same answer: Yes!

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One fan, @Lamasha gave his advice on what Emtee should do:

Yes.He must also do like amanda.get a sheet and do calculations of how much he owes them and whats due to him..den pay dem out..surely a major label wil cum knockin 4 him.He is a star..so he wont struggle

Another fans, @DeeJay_Becks23, pointed out that the rapper needs to think about his family.

Easier said then done. He knows what's at stake. It's da toughest decision he has 2 make with family & career to think about...

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Briefly.co.za gathered that the label has already suffered the loss of A-Reece, Amanda Black and Fifi Cooper, and another musician walking away would not be good.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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