- Mzansi rapper, Emtee, took to social media to share a stern message to his haters
- The award-winning rapper said he doesn't care about being like and promised to make it bigger next year
- He tweeted that he is not fazed by his haters and will continue to be positive
Mzansi rapper has addressed his haters on the allegations that he paid people to go up against him.
The award-winning rapper, who hasn’t had the best of years this year, has once again put it out there that he isn’t one to be messed with when it comes to his reputation in music.
Briefly.co.za reported that the Manando rapper had departed from his former record label, Ambitiouz Entertainment which set him back quite a bit. He had both his cars and a house in Midrand repossessed, he hadn’t dropped any music and he missed out on several award nominations this year.
But one thing is sure, Emtee has always made it clear that there were people behind his suffering, people who have been doing their best to drag him down. He chose to be keep his head up and be positive by continuously tweeting about how he is not fazed by “haters”.
Emtee recently tweeted about how he is going to drop “fake” people who pay others to go against him in 2020.
“Aint no making a poes out of Emtee in 2020, niggas are gonna have to step up to me. Not this bullshit of capping about me and paying people to be against me.”
He also tweeted: “Ion care about being liked. Long as I’m breathing and still working my way to being a better person.”
Emtee promised to drop two singles before the year ends but hasn’t announced the release date.
Here’s how you can check out his newly released joints:
Three weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Mthembeni Ndevu, better known as Emtee, has provided social media users and music lovers with some clarity on who invented African trap music. He did - and he wanted to make sure that everyone knows.
Briefly.co.za noticed that Emtee did not make the claim in arrogance, and he has been one of the biggest pioneers for the sub-genre. Trap music is a hip-hip genre developed in the early 2000s in America and musicians like Lil Wayne made it popular.
In Africa, Sjava and Emtee have been making African trap music a big deal and now Emtee has taken the title of inventor for himself.
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