Twitter users demand that #Ambitiouzmustfall as row erupts over awards

Twitter users demand that #Ambitiouzmustfall as row erupts over awards

- Another war has erupted on Twitter with users calling for Ambitiouz Entertainment to fall

- This was after Emtee posted a tweet demanding his awards back

- Social media users were quick to move on from #Shimzamustfall to demand that #Ambitouzmustfall

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Earlier this year, Briefly.co.za reported that Emtee was not happy with his former label Ambitiouz Entertainment and he demanded that his awards were returned to him.

He said they are stealing his credits and he wants his awards back and it's clear that he does not feel any friendlier towards the company.

Twitter has just settled down after the #Shimzamustfall and the u-turn to #Ceegamust fall. A new target has come into the firing line.

However, it is not a new phenomenon, people have been upset with how Emtee and Ambitiouz Entertainment parted ways.

READ ALSO: Twitter takes back #ShimzaMustFall after they find out Ceega is rich

This morning Emtee started a war online when he posted this:

Translated it means:

Hey @Ambitiouz_Ent THEY ARE NOT FILLED WITH ME. WHERE IS MY AWARD?

Here is what Mzansi had to say about "Ambitouzmustfall:

Some people were questioning who was going to be next?

Other didn't know what Amitouz Entertainment had done but didn't care they were along fo the ride.

Breifly.co.za reported on when Emtee spoke out against Amtitouz Entertainment on MTV.

Mzansi rapper, Emtee, has taken another strike against his former label, Ambitiouz Entertainment, for holding on to his awards.

According to ZAlebs, this time the rapper appeared on MTV’s new show, Behind The Label, on Wednesday night and brought all the music-related evidence with his during his interview to discuss his career.

The rapper, who looked cleaner and in a healthier space, spoke out at great length about his experience in music and his public fallout with his former record label.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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