Emtee slams claims he used a ghostwriter for his hit song 'Roll Up'

Emtee slams claims he used a ghostwriter for his hit song 'Roll Up'

- Emtee has refuted claims that his hit song, Roll Up, wasn't written by him

- The rapper hopped onto Twitter to say he is shocked by the claims as Roll Up was a freestyle

- His fans said they are ready to deal with whoever is making the false claim

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Emtee has come out guns blazing against claims that he didn't write Roll Up.

Roll Up was released in 2015 and was a mega hit for Emtee.

The rapper took to Twitter to put the false claims to rest.

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He wrote, "Roll Up was a freestyle but someone keeps claiming they wrote it for me lol."

The song was voted Song of the Year at the SA Hip Hop Awards in 2015.

It also won Record of the Year at the 2016 SAMAs.

Emtee is sick and tired of people lying on his name.

He continued, "Can I get through today without hearing a lie?"

Emtee's fans are ready to fight for their fave's honour.

Emtee dropped has already dropped his first two singles for 2020.

Wavy and Brand New Day were a total hit with hip hop fans - even fellow rapper Blaklez admitted that Wavy was a total jam.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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