Saudi claims to be best Mzansi rapper alive: "I'm not some rapper"

Saudi claims to be best Mzansi rapper alive: "I'm not some rapper"

- Saudi has taken to social media to claim that he is the best rapper alive

- The Make You Proud hitmaker told artists and DJs who want to feature him on their songs that he doesn't rap for free

- The rapper went on to promise future collaborators that he would charge them tax next time they holla at him for a feature

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Saudi has taken to social media to let his peers in the music industry know that he is the best rapper alive.

The Make You Proud hitmaker told artists and DJs who want to feature him on their songs that he doesn't rap for free because he has the ability to make hits.

The star tweeted:

"Dear Artist and DJs talking to me about features. I came from zero, my mouth is not the only one I must feed. Through His grace I have the ability to make hits and great music which I'm proud of. I'm not some rapper, I was tryna kick a door not so long ago. I need every cent. You don't have to respect me just respect that."

Msotra expressed that it's disrespectful to his craft to ask him to be on a song for free.

"I gave my life to this not just cause I needed to but cause I'm dedicated, work the hardest and it's just disrespectful and disappointing when someone ask me to be on a song like I haven't earned my stripes. If you respect my craft so much, show it! I don't rap for free!"

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He went on to promise future collaborators that he will charge them tax next time they holla at him for a feature.

"I promise to charge you tax next time you inquire. I'm about my bag and being undisputed as the best rapper alive. This is for my family."

One of his fans, @Kwenzok39674590, commented:

"They must pay!"

Briefly.co.za reported that Saudi is Mzansi's most streamed rapper on digital music platform, Spotify. The star revealed that he had over 41.9 million streams on his songs on the app last year.

Saudi, Emtee, Reason and Gigi Lamayne and others have jumped on the remix of Mbongeni Ngema's legendary hit, Freedom Is Coming Tomorrow, in honour of Youth Month.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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