Kabza hits back at exhaustion claims: "I've never been more alive"

Kabza hits back at exhaustion claims: "I've never been more alive"

- Kabza De Small's career is taking off in full force and he's quickly becoming an amapiano sensation

- However, fans got worried because it started to look like he's being overworked

- According to Kabza, though, he's not exhausted and has never felt more alive or happy in his career

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Kabza De Small is becoming one of Mzansi's favourite musicians and his fanbase is ever-growing.

However, these fans recently started to get concerned when it looked like he might be working too hard.

It didn't take long for them to start placing the blame on DJ Maphorisa's shoulders.

However, Kabza has spoken up about the accusations of Maphorisa overworking him, according to a report by TimesLIVE.

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Kabza and Maphorisa very recently dropped a new album, The Return of the Scorpion, and that's what started the worry.

But Kabza says he's still young and is not at all exhausted.

"I'm actually very young. I'm younger than Maphorisa. Exhaustion is definitely a false claim. I'm more alive and happy than I’ve ever been in my career."

He isn't dumb though and knows he will have to rest between the many shows he's got lined up.

He has a plan, Briefly.co.za gathered:

"Sleep, sleep, sleep as much as possible, on the road during the week. Drinking lots of water and a cold one here and there just to keep things. But, yeah, I'll definitely be trying to strike a balance between the shows and off days for rest."

Kabza and Maphorisa will perform at the Corona SunSets Festival in Joburg alongside Shimza, Themba, Kyle Watson and international star Nora En Pure.

This wasn't the first time Maphorisa got heat for working with Kabza. A few months ago, he went on a clap-back rampage after fans shaded him for allegedly taking all the glory for their work.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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