- Busiswa is not happy with Ambitiouz Entertainment continuously poking at rapper Emtee
- Emtee walked away from the embattled record label last year as the drama unfolded in the public eye
- Since then, Emtee and Ambitiouz have traded multiple jabs on social media
Musician Busiswa stepped in and came to Emtee's aid when he got into a heated twar with Ambitiouz Entertainment recently.
Busiswa told the record label to stop being "childish."
The whole of Mzansi rallied around Emtee when Ambitiouz Entertainment tried to sabotage the release of his latest single, Johustleburg, this past weekend.
One fan even posted a list of the rapper's biggest hits in response to the label constantly attempting to diss Emtee.
Emtee retweeted the list and commented "Then Ambitiouz gonna treat me like I’m good for nothing."
Ambitiouz cheekily responded, "You realise that every time you mention Ambitiouz, our following numbers get blessed, right?"
We know that Emtee can be a sensitive soul, so fellow artist Busiswa had to step in right there.
She told Ambitiouz, "(Stop being) childish and unnecessary. You're not rappers in a battle here. Stop trying to drop bars on Twitter and step up and do the right thing. Show us you're not the crisis centre we believe you to be, but a credible business."
Emtee has vowed to get outstanding money and his awards back from Ambitiouz.
Yesterday, Briefly.co.za reported that another one of Ambitiouz's artists wants to leave the controversial label.
Sjava is allegedly ready to walk away from Ambitiouz, but the label claims to have him on an airtight contract for a few years still.
Rumours of Sjava's unhappiness have been circulating since last year.
Others artists to have cut ties with Ambitiouz include A-Reece, Amanda Black, Priddy Ugly, Fifi Cooper and Saudi.