- Emtee is ready to get rid of his Mercedes-Benz emblem tattoo on his neck
- The rapper took to social media to ask his fans how to remove a tattoo, adding that he thought he owed two Mercedes-Benz when he drew it
- The Roll Up hitmaker's financial woes began when he left the controversial record label, Ambitiouz Entertainment
Emtee is ready to let go of his cool Mercedes-Benz emblem tattoo.
The Roll Up hitmaker took to social media to ask tweeps where he can remove the tat on his neck.
His reason for removing the cool tattoo is because he no longer owns any Mercedes-Benz whip since he left Ambitiouz Entertainment towards the end of 2019.
He decided to draw the ink when he "thought he owned 2 Mercedes-Benz" but learnt the hard way that they belong to his former record label.
"How do I remove a tattoo? I wanna remove this Mercedes tat cos I thought I owned 2 Mercedes Benz kanti niks."
Briefly.co.za reported that Emtee opened up about his money woes due to the money allegedly owed to him by Ambitiouz Entertainment.
The rapper said he cannot even do giveaways or donate to good causes because of his financial difficulties. A tweep had asked the star why he never does give-aways or donations on his timeline like other Mzansi celebs.
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."
The star has once again ruffled feathers on social media after he revealed why he didn't congratulate Cassper.
Cassper Nyovest recently announced that he is expecting a child and many congratulated him, but not Emtee.
The rapper said that Cassper never congratulated him when he fathered two children.
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