- Saudi took a moment to explain that his beef with A-Reece is a thing of the past
- In fact, he never really felt anything but respect for his fellow rapper
- According to Saudi, their vibes were nothing but 'rap politics'
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Saudi and A-Reece have been rivals for a long time but it turns out that Saudi doesn't feel anything negative for his fellow music maker.
Instead, it seems he has a lot of respect for A-Reece and other musicians in the same genre as himself.
He stated on social media that he respects A-Reece.
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By the look of things, Saudi is ready to leave all those negative vibes behind after walking away from Ambitiouz Entertainment.
According to SAHipHopMag, Saudi had this to say back in 2018:
“Well, ain’t no ATM nigga ever drop anything and weren’t number 1 on the charts. I got more ATM on my skin than the mall... I got love for both that boy TKay and Reece ain’t no beef."
Now that he's doing his music thing on his own, he's ready to let go of the 'rap politics' as he calls it.
"Aint no bad blood still got genuine love fa bruh @reece_youngking f*ck wit me ayikho nje yonke lento, wasn’t even business just rap politics..."
Maybe fans can now hold their breath for a collab between the two legends.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported on how, without much fanfare or drama, Saudi has announced that his relationship with Ambitiouz Entertainment is over.
The rapper is now making music under his own label - O.V.L.O.E. He shared the news on social media.
Saudi is the latest in a long list of artists who have decided to walk away from Ambitiouz Entertainment, which now has a rather dark reputation. It is believed the record label does not treat artists properly and mismanages their talents.
There were rumours that Saudi may be leaving Ambitiouz and now it has been confirmed - much to the joy of fans. They were happy to find out that their fave is now doing things on his own and wholeheartedly support him.
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