- Ambitiouz Entertainment has warned that it will clap back at anyone who takes shots at it
- The record label has been involved in nasty twars with some of its former artists, especially Emtee
- The Roll Up hitmaker has taken his twar with the record label to court over royalties dating back to 2015
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Ambitiouz Entertainment has become notorious for taking on its disgruntled former artists on social media.
Mzansi social media users have also taken shots at the infamous record label.
Emtee and a list of other Mzansi stars, especially rappers, have recently left the stable and have made sure that they slammed it on Twitter.
Briefly.co.za has reported that Emtee has decided to take his nasty twar with the stable to court. Emtee and the label have been taking shots at each other occassionally since he left in 2019.
The Roll Up hitmaker has been calling out Ambitiouz on Twitter streets demanding his royalties dating back to 2015. He also want his awards back from the stable.
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Ambitiouz has also been clapping back at trolls who have come for it online. Just recently, the stable issued a stern warning to trolls who usually take shots at it.
"You don’t get to clap at us and expect us not to clap back #ChisaMpama."
Briefly.co.za reported that Amanda Black and Emtee were shaded by Ambitiouz a few weeks back.
Both have been very vocal about the on-goings of Ambitiouz Entertainment and are taking the label on to get their awards back.
Taking a dig at Amanda, Ambitiouz shared a clip of President Cyril Ramaphosa putting on his face mask along with the chorus of her Phumelela track.
The record label trolled Emtee about a week ago. It took part in the hashtag #BrownVinegarAndSaltTestimony and said it saw Mabala Noise in their dreams. When a fan asked if they saw Emtee's awards by any chance, the stable did not mince its words and said they see the awards every day.
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