Emtee claims people get paid to drag him then flex about it

Emtee claims people get paid to drag him then flex about it

- Emtee has taken to social media to vent out his frustrations at industry people who have done him wrong

- The Roll Up hitmaker has been involved in an ongoing twar with Ambitiouz Entertainment ever since he dropped the label in 2019

- Emtee, who has admitted to struggling financially, has taken the stable to court over his royalties and awards dating back to 2015

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Emtee has taken to social media to vent out his frustrations at music industry people who have done him wrong.

The rapper has openly admitted that he is struggling financially ever since he left his embattled record label, Ambitiouz Entertainment.

Emtee has been involved in an ongoing twar with Ambitiouz Entertainment ever since he dropped the label in 2019.

Briefly.co.za has reported that Emtee has taken the stable to court over his royalties and awards dating back to 2015. The Roll Up hitmaker told a fan that he cannot even donate to good causes because his pockets are empty.

Emtee tweeted on Thursday:

"Ever been f*cked over?"

He further tweeted that after those people do you wrong, they then flex on you.

"After that people flex for f*ckin u over."

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A fan who felt sorry for Emtee said is happening to the rapper is "disgusting".

"N*ggas still think I’m crazy or I’m a druggie when in actual fact m*therf*ckers got paid to call me names."

Briefly.co.za reported that Sjava encouraged his former stable-mate to stay positive after their former record label threw major shade at the Roll Up hitmaker.

The stable took to social media on Monday and made jokes about music awards.

"Since it's Monday, we thought we should do some jokes about awards. But no one will get them."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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