- Emtee has come out and admitted that beefing with A-Reece just was not worth it
- Having come to his senses and seen just how nasty Ambitiouz Entertainment can be, Emtee has realised how beefing with A-Reece was not the way to go about things
- Taking the high road, Emtee publically admitted that all the drama was not worth it
Emtee has come out and admitted that beefing with A-Reece just was not worth it – there is so much more that comes out of love and respect.
The hip-hop industry is notorious for rivalry but artists are slowly realising that they are more powerful together than they are apart.
Briefly.co.za knows that Emtee and A-Reece has a bit of friction between them. Being two of the hottest and youngest artists in Mzansi left them in a major battle.
A-Reece had beef with both Emtee and Nasty C as a result of his exit from Ambitiouz Entertainment. Now that Emtee is free from the chains of Ambitiouz Entertainment he is seeing thing clearer.
Having come to his senses and seen just how nasty Ambitiouz Entertainment can be, Emtee has realised how beefing with A-Reece was not the way to go about things.
Taking to social media, Emtee openly admitted that the beef between him and A-Reece as a result of Ambitiouz Entertainment was not worth it.
Yes, this is what growth looks like!
In other news, South African hip-hop heads are still divided over who should have won the rap battle between two of Mzansi's finest rappers, Nasty C and Emtee.
The two went hit-for-hit in an Instagram Live battle dubbed The Revolution of Hip Hop, hosted by hip-hop producers Tweezy and Gemini Major.
The heavy hitters dished out some of their best work including hits such as Roll Up to Juice Back.
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