Emtee reveals type of business he would do with R1k: Loan shark

Emtee reveals type of business he would do with R1k: Loan shark

- Emtee has revealed that he will start a loan shark business if he was given R1 000

- This is after a social media user asked peeps what king of business they'll start when given the cash

- The rapper also revealed that he is cooking something for Africa with Malawian muso, Gwamba

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Emtee is known as 'The Hustla' in the Mzanzi hip-hop streets.

The rapper's recent comment on Twitter proved why many of his peers refer to him as the music industry hustler.

Social media user, @Miss_Fipaza, asked tweeps what business they would start if she gave them R1000.

Emtee who is known for not mincing his words, said he would use the money to start a loan shark business.

"Loan shark," he replied.

The Johustleburg hitmaker has revealed that he is working on a new project with multi-award winning Malawian artist Gwamba.

He shared the good news with his fans on the micro-blogging app.

"Me and boy @GwambaOfficial cooking something for Africa. Coming soon."

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The star's fans said they can't wait for the project to drop.

@common265 commented:

"Now that sounds better. Patiently waiting."

@Touchdo96190449 wrote:

"Hustle continues, thank you for good healing music."

@Flex_GangTK said:

"It's gonna be a dope one most definitely."

@Lwazih_mngoma added:

"Looking forward to hear your good vibe man, it's been a while now."

Briefly.co.za reported that Emtee wants his royalties and awards back from his former label, Ambitiouz Entertainment.

He has been lambasting his former bosses on social media since leaving the label. The star decided to take his matter to court where he is demanding that the stable release his royalties dating back to 2015.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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