Emtee believes social media critics are looking forward to his death

Emtee believes social media critics are looking forward to his death

- Emtee has claimed that his critics cannot wait to see the day he dies

- This is after a social media troll said the rapper was confused when he said he would open a loan shark business if someone gave him R1 000

- The Roll Up hitmaker complained that no matter what he posts, positive or negative, people are always ready to criticise him

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Emtee believes that his detractors are looking forward to the day he dies.

The rapper also complained that no matter what he posts on social media, positive or negative, peeps are always out to criticise him.

A troll accused Emtee of being confused after he told another tweep that he would become a loan shark if someone gave him cash to start a business.

Briefly.co.za reported that Emtee said he would open a loan shark business when @Miss_Fipaza asked social media users what business they would open when given R1 000.

The critic said:

"It was weed business now it’s loan shark, incondo yakho iphambhene straight (your mind is twisted)."

The Roll Up hitmaker denied ever saying he would start a weed business. He said @Kidow_Thalgatso was straight up lying.

Emtee replied:

"Mxm y’all just can’t wait to see the day (I) die huh? Everything I post negative/positive. Sometimes I'll be chilling minding mines. Not bothering nobody and this is how y’all wanna play with me. Never said anything about a weed business. I know y’all hate me but you're lying."

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Emtee has also revealed that he is in the studio with multi-award winning Malawian artist Gwamba.

He told his fans that they should expect the project to drop soon. Emtee has taken his former record label, Ambitiouz Entertainment, to court over royalties dating back to 2015.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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