- Emtee has opened up about his financial difficulties due to the money allegedly owed to him by his former record label, Ambitiouz Entertainment
- The Roll Up hitmaker said he cannot even do giveaways or donate to good causes because of his money woes
- A tweep had asked the star why he never does give-aways or donations on his timeline like other Mzansi celebs
Emtee has finally opened up about his empty pockets.
The rapper has expressed that due to his financial woes he cannot even donate or do giveaways like other Mzansi celebs.
The likes of Somizi, Boity Thulo and DJ Tira have opened their wallets and hearts during the ongoing Covid-19 lockdown in Mzansi.
A social media user, @k_sithebe, noticed that the Roll Up hitmaker never does giveaways on his timeline.
"You never do give-aways... Not even airtime, nje dawg."
Emtee, who never minces his words, was straight-up with the tweep and admitted how dismal he is failing at being a celeb.
"Kunzima phela when it comes to being a celebrity I fail dismally. I still don’t have what’s owed to me. Otherwise ke bula soup kitchen, give away and donations. I pray and hope I get the chance to give back one day. I have homeless friends, I wish I could help them."
Briefly.co.za reported that Emtee has taken his former record label Ambitiouz Entertainment to court over his royalties dating back to 2015.
The star has been embroiled in a nasty twar with the the record label since he left them in 2019. He has decided to take his matter to court where he is demanding that the stable release his royalties dating back to 2015.
Emtee also recently told a tweep that he would become a loan shark if someone gave him R1 000 to start a business.
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