- Mzansi rapper, Reason, took to Twitter to share some insane news with his fans
- Reason was offered R100k by an artist for a verse but he refused
- Reason said he didn't like the artist or the song, and that he had morals to consider
Most rappers in the music industry will jump an any opportunity to make more money even if it means going against their morals. But not rapper, Reason. He is proof that there’s more to music than money.
Azania HD took to Twitter to share how a certain artist who’s name he kept anonymous, was willing to pay him more than a substantial amount to help with a verse.
But Reason turned down his request, simply because he didn’t like the song and even called it “wack”.
The artist was willing to pay Reason R100k for a verse but Reason refused his offer, after all he had his ego to consider.
He wrote: “Sometimes I wish I was a greedy bastard hey. Some dude offered me R100k for a verse. He’s wack af. The song is wack af. But the hunna… would be delicious. And my dumb ass bouta say no cause I have “morals” and “standards”. F**ck.”
Reason's followers on Twitter shared their opinions and suggestions withe the rapper. Take a look at some of the reactions below:
Meanwhile, two months ago, Briefly.co.za reported that the news of the apparent departure of Emtee from his record label was still making its rounds. Joining in the support of Emtee is hip-hop artist, Reason. Headlines were buzzing over with the news that the rapper was planning to leave his record label, Ambitiouz. There were also tweets with hashtag #FreeEmtee.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Emtee shared that he was trying to sort issues with regards to his label. Sadly he said that he has lost his house and car. He went on to say that his wife and children had moved in with his in-laws.
With the situation Emtee found himself in, he saw many people trying to assist. Reason revealed via social media that there was continual communication among fellow artists on ideas of how to help Emtee.
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