Emtee details how armed law enforcement keeps pulling him over

Emtee details how armed law enforcement keeps pulling him over

- Rapper Emtee has taken to social media to share his unfortunate experience with local police officers

- The Roll Up hitmaker said that law enforcement constantly pulls him over when he comes out of studio

- Mzansi social media users had mixed reactions to his controversial post, some were sympathetic while others said he was being dramatic

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Emtee is not one to mince his words when speaking and it was no exception when he detailed how cops have been harassing him recently. The rapper said he leaves studio in the early hours of morning and cops never fail to stop him, guns out and all. The rapper went on to say that they looked silly when they did it.

In the post on Twitter, Emtee said:

"Cops be stopping me every time I leave studio in the AMs with guns out"
Emtee claims police officers always pull him over in the early hours of morning

Emtee claims police officers always pull him over in the early hours of morning
Source: Instagram

He said that they "look goofy as hell tryna imitate American cops". Social media users weighed in on his disturbing post. Twitter user robzinterris said:

"Lol you fighting being black in their neighbourhood bro..."

simcar_mahlangu said:

"Ay wena with pretending to be gangster that's whack."

layboo_rams said:

"Maybe it's because you also imitating American rappers."

bhudhalicious said:

"But nani bo SA rappers try so hard to imitate US rappers, it's so corny. Let them try as well it never hurt no one, ya'll have careers out of imitating Americans."

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Emtee has been through the most when it comes to dodgy record deals. The star broke free from his contract with Ambitiouz Entertainment last year . He's now advised other artists to not be too desperate when signing contracts.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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