- Flame and Emtee have now ironed out their differences and may soon release new music together, it seems
- Emtee admitted on Twitter that Flame was right when he said the Roll Up hitmaker did not own any Mercedes-Benz
- The rappers' excited fans took to social media to ask them to work on a collaboration
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Mzansi rapper Flame has responded to Emtee's confirmation that their beef is over. The star took to social media to hint that the two musos might be working on a collaboration.
Emtee admitted on Twitter that Flame was right when he said the Roll Up hitmaker did not own any Mercedes-Benz. The rappers' beef led to diss tracks and twars.
Emtee and Flame have now ironed out their differences and may soon release new music together, it seems.
According to SAHipHopMag Emtee tweeted:
"I guess flame was right. I was really riding in somebody's Benz. Tell him I won’t touch him. I forgive him."
He also tweeted:
"Me and Flame are cool now."
Flame replied with a piano emoji and a keep quiet emoji.
The rappers' excited fans have also reacted to their good news.
"Guys Flame is slowly evolving to a matured artist. He put aside his ego for the sake of music and I'm here for it. FLVME!!
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"Ayeyeye surely this means something is being cooked as we speak or is about to be cooked."
"That's what we want. Now just make good music."
Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Emtee has denied that he charges only R55 000 for a performance.
The star took to social media to dispute the claim that he charges such a low figure while other famous Mzansi rappers charge about R200 000 per show
Tweep, @slim_odie, told peeps that he has booked Emtee before and he charges from R120k to R150k.
Emtee did not reveal how much it costs to book him but only slammed the tweets about charging R55 000 per show.
"I know y'all think low of me but that's not my fee," he tweeted.
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