- ProVerb has responded to Ntsiki Mazwai after she threw major shade at him
- Ntsiki said the Idols SA presenter has nothing on ProKid when it comes to rapping
- Responding to a tweep who said ProVerb is a better lyricist than ProKid, Ntsiki claimed ProVerb "doesn't stand for anything"
Ntsiki Mazwai has taken to social media to throw shade at rapper ProVerb.
The controversial poet has claimed that ProVerb "doesn't stand for anything". She was responding to a tweep who said ProVerb is a better lyricist than ProKid.
Ntsiki said the Idols SA presenter has nothing on ProKid when it comes to rapping.
"ProVerb has nothing on ProKid. Rapping in English always excites shallow minds."
She went on to claim that ProVerb doesn't stand for anything.
"You’re clearly not that deep babe. ProVerb doesn’t even stand for anything."
ProKid was known for his Zulu punchlines and bars while ProVerb raps in English.
Ntsiki suggested that ProKid was the best rapper Mzansi has ever produced.
"Linda was very gifted… There is no rapper in SA on that level lyrically and stage presence… Please leave ProKid alone. He was the best we have ever seen."
ProVerb has responded to Ntsiki's shade. Instead of taking Ntsiki on, he decided to reserve his comment on the matter.
"No comments, wish all involved the best. God bless."
Briefly.co.za reported that ProVerb took to social media to announce the premiere date of the documentary to honour ProKid. Dankie San: The Kasi Rap Bible in honour of the rapper was premiered on Thursday last week. The doccie features industry peeps such as AKA, Dome, Omen, Slikour and Kwesta.
Mzansi reacted positively to the documentary in tribute to the fallen Soweto rapper. The show provided backstage footage to the making of Pro's signature album titled Dankie San.
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