- Embattled Mzansi record label, Ambitiouz Entertainment, can't do anything right in people's eyes
- Emtee's former label didn't get quite the response it expected when it tweeted about providing food parcels to the needy
- Tweeps went in on them for stealing from their artists as well as broadcasting the good deed for PR
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Ambitiouz Entertainment is a bit of a no-go when it comes to Mzansi record labels.
The label has gotten into disputes with a bunch of faves including Emtee, A-Reece, Priddy Ugly and Amanda Black.
It's been accused of mistreating its artists, many of whom have opted to walk away rather than be exploited.
As a result, Ambitiouz's reputation is on ground zero.
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Not even a tweet about the company generously giving to the less fortunate could warm Mzansi's heart.
Ambitiouz posted that it had donated 100 food parcels to 100 needy families and urged people to be the change they want to see in the world.
Responses to the tweet were less than encouraging.
One tweep wrote, "Money from exploited young black talent."
Another said, "Don't forget to give Emtee what's rightfully his on your way to deliver those food parcels.
Yet another scolded, "Nothing you do will ever wash away the bad PR. Forever the black sheep of the industry."
Last year, Briefly.co.za reported on why Emtee opted to walk away after years with the record label.
Emtee said the label kept all his awards and dictated who he could and couldn't work with.
Last month, Saudi joined the large artist exodus from Ambitiouz.
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