- Reason has addressed his break-up with the mother of his twins, Luthando 'LootLove' Shosha, in a touching freestyle
- The rapper slammed the rumours that LootLove left him because he was broke but suggested that she lost faith in him
- Reason also shaded Mzansi rappers who're always beefing about who is the "nicest" instead of addressing issues such as increasing cases of GBV
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Reason was the last rapper to feature on the last session of the first season of the popular Twitter Freestyle Friday sessions hosted by Stogie T.
The rapper addressed his break-up with the mother of his twins, Luthando 'LootLove' Shosha, with his verse. He also addressed the rumours of being broke in the emotional freestyle.
In one of the lines, the 2 Cups Shakur hitmaker slammed the rumours that LootLove left because he was broke but said "it is safe to say she lost faith" when she decided to hit the road.
Reason denied that he was broke as he is getting cheques from the Southern African Music Rights Organisation (SAMRO) for being a ghost writer for some of our country's rappers.
SAMRO collects licence fees and distributes royalties to music creators.
The star, however, admitted that he needs to make money because he "needs the dough".
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Reason also took shots at Mzansi rappers who are always beefing about who is the nicest amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
"The way we act it's like there's no crisis."
He suggested that instead of the unnecessary beefs on social media, Mzansi celebs should be focusing on issues such as gender-based violence (GBV) and police brutality. The rapper said GBV cases have increased since the country went into lockdown.
Briefly.co.za reported that LootLove came clean on the breakup, telling followers on Instagram that the split hasn't kept them from being parents to their twins.
"Sizwe and I have separated, however, we continue to partner gracefully in raising our beautiful kids. I think anyone going through something this complex and painful, would understand why I wouldn't want anyone to have a front-row seat to my grieving and healing but with that being said, it is important to mention that Sizwe and I remain friends and really want to focus on raising our happy, healthy and loved-up babygirls."
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