Halala: Rapper Boity Thulo signs with Def Jam Africa, fans react

Halala: Rapper Boity Thulo signs with Def Jam Africa, fans react

- Boity Thulo has been signed by huge record label Def Jam Africa

- The rapper's fans have congratulated her on her big deal

- The Bakae hitmaker is the second Mzansi artist to sign with Def Jam, Nasty C was the first

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Boity Thulo does not just own her throne but she is also owning 2020.

The rapper and reality TV star has reportedly been signed by Def Jam Africa.

Phil Mphela, entertainment commentator, has shared on social media that the stunner was now a Def Jam Africa artist.

"Music: Boity signed to Def Jam. According to @Billboard magazine, the rapper is one of the African division of the iconic label’s signees. Boity is now a Def Jam Africa artist. Congrats Queen."

The Bakae hitmaker also wrote on Twitter that she was grateful for all the blessings that have come with 2020.

"Wholeheartedly grateful. This year is filled with pockets of beautiful surprises and blessings!"

Boity's lit reality TV show Boity: Own Your Throne Season 1 came to an end last month.

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Her fans also congratulated the star on her latest milestone.

@Kagiso73668166 commented:

"So super proud of you babes you deserve everything good that's coming your way."

@Ndamase_Siya wrote:

"Congratulations Ma, like I said, we are here to listen to your music and to support you always."

@leratodezzy said:

"This is your time baby girl. Own your throne."

@Neo37692236 said:

"The question is will Boity be able to keep up with the pressure, but anyway congrats go and make South Africa proud. And not forgetting @Nasty_CSA."

Briefly.co.za reported when Nasty C signed with Def Jam Records, he was the first South African rapper to do so.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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