Reason answers fan on featuring Boity: "I don't wanna be body bagged"

Reason answers fan on featuring Boity: "I don't wanna be body bagged"

- Boity's latest feature on Yanga's Utathatako remix had been trending on social media that it even caught the eye of Mzansi rapper, Reason

- Reason tweeted the the opening remarks on Boity's verse which led a fan to ask him if he would ever feature Boity in his music

- Reason responded with a hilarious and cheeky comment

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Mzansi rapper, Reason, was asked by a fan if he would ever feature Boity on a track and the rapper’s response was hilarious.

According to SA Hip Hop magazine, its is no secret that since Boity stepped into the hip hop scene, she has silenced many rappers.

Boity has featured on many records since her debut single, Wuz Dat with Nasty C in 2018. She has made a huge impact with every verse she drops on a feature and fans claim she would’ve killed everyone on it.

The queen of rap, latest feature was on Yanga’s Utathatako remix. Boity trended the entire day from the moment the song dropped. Her verse on the song got a lot of love from fans and fellow hip hop artists too.

Rapper Reason was one of them, He tweeted Boity’s opening remarks on her verse when she warns artists that she will be coming for them one by one and a fan responded asking him to feature her.

“I don’t wanna be body bagged by @boity bro!!! Maybe next year,” tweeted Reason.

See the tweets below:

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Meanwhile, about two months ago, reported that most rappers in the music industry would 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.

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