- A-Reece has come forward to assure the people that he had nothing to do with the Sotho Man With Some Power drama
- Nasty C got hella cheesed off when he saw that A-Reece had allegedly named his new album 'Sotho Man With Some Power'
- In a statement through his lawyers, TailorMade Legal Solutions, A-Reece made it clear he had nothing to do with it
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Taking big boy steps, rapper A-Reece has distanced himself from the album released under his name and with a title that plays off Nasty’s album, Zulu Man With Some Power. This should, in turn, allow any new beef between the two to be extinguished.
South African hip-hop seems to be affected by the lockdown with the animosity brewing between artists. When Sotho Man With Some Power hit the social media streets, the album made fans thinking there was another beef on its way. It was thought that Nasty C and A-Reece were about to have a disagreement.
Briefly.co.za learnt that A-Reece has responded with a statement drawn up by his lawyers, TailorMade Legal Solutions, in which he clearly states that he isn’t about this life. Furthermore, he slammed the culprits who are allegedly responsible for the release of the album.
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“It is with great annoyance and disappointment that we have come to learn of an album released by an entity known to us currently as '2018 Rubber Band Gang' under the name of rapper Lehlogonolo Mataboge, professionally named A-Reece.”
Reece has more than once been compared by fans to Nasty C. Reece has taken the decision to distance himself from any links to the album. He commented that the songs on the so-called album were deliberately chosen to cause animosity between colleagues within the industry. The songs that appear are old and illegally duplicated.
“A-Reece wishes to categorically denounce 'Sotho Man With Some Power' as a fake body of work which could only have been released as a result of cowardice and opportunism,” reads the statement.
The rapper has appealed to all his fans not to support the album in any way, shape or form and has full intentions of removing it from social media.
It was earlier reported that in a time where we should be coming together and uniting, Nasty C called A-Reece a ‘laatjie’.
There seemed to be bad blood brewing between Nasty C and fellow rapper A-Reece. Nasty C came out letting everyone know that he feels A-Reece is still a hungry youngster.
The tweet, stating “Ilambile lelytie”, has now been deleted. This all started after a fake album - which happened to be a 'copy and paste' of Nasty C’s album Zulu Man With Some Power titled Sotho Man with Some Power - was released under A-Reece’s name.
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