- Rapper Moozlie has slammed people who speculate and play around with rappers' bookings among the current coronavirus pandemic
- The star did this after people had a good laugh at YouTuber Oabile's videos where he pretended to enquire how much rapper's charge for a performance
- Apparently, the YouTuber revealed Cassper Nyovest charges R207 000, AKA charges R157 000 and A-Reece charges R55 000
Moozlie is not too pleased with a Mzansi YouTuber who pretended to hit rappers up to see how much they charge for performances.
The YouTuber, Oabile, pretended to want to book the rappers for performances and enquired on their fees.
The charges were later revealed to have been fake.
One rapper who came forward to dismiss the claims was Emtee - he personally revealed that he charges R45 000.
According to Oabile, Cassper Nyovest costs R207 000 for a performance, AKA charges R157 000 and A-Reece charges R55 000.
Moozlie said, although Oabile's YouTube videos were kind of funny, it's not cool to play around with bookings during this time of Covid-19 and lockdown.
She tweeted, “Ever since that kid did the YouTube video revealing how much rappers charge for events, we’ve gotten so many more of those e-mails with different variations of the story. I know people (want to) have a lekker lag (nice laugh), but these are not the days to be playing about bookings & work. Can’t they just enjoy his video (which was really good) and leave us?”
Moozlie has previously slammed trolls who attempted to discredit the movement against gender-based violence.
Last month, Briefly.co.za reported that the rapper had said it doesn't help to say, "But not all men are killers," and not address the ones who are.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that King Monada was thrilled to see an entire family, right down to the baby, wearing his branded merchandise.
Huge fans of King Monada's made sure to prove that they have the muso's back.
A man, his wife and their two children wore Monada's gear to their family portrait photo shoot.
The house musician re-posted a picture of the family and made sure to show his appreciation for the awesome gesture.
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