- Ntukza has slammed Scoop Makhathini for criticising his single GYHO back in 2017
- The rapper has threatened to take the media personality and rap critic to court for allegedly leading a smear campaign against the song
- The former Teargas member said Scoop owed him a SAMA award for 2017 as the song was shortlisted in the hip-hop category
Rapper Ntukza wants media personality and rap critic Scoop Makhathini to pay him for allegedly orchestrating a smear campaign against his single titled GYHO back in 2017.
The 40-year-old rapper explained that he made the song to make money to take care of his family but Scoop allegedly "worked against that".
The star said he was broke when he created the song with "expectation of fruit". According to SAHipHopMag, the criticism led to Ntukza losing out on opportunities to make money out of the song.
"I made a song GYHO, planned for it without money in my pockets trying to make a living for my people. Spent to record, to create with expectation of fruit. Scoop & his twitter stooges came & worked against that.
"Scoop must watch his stooges & not be surprised if I have to press for him to compensate me for the year he messed for me. For all those positive comments on the GYHO YouTube video, Scoop must pay me money for this continues slender. I’ll open a case against it ama stooge azo mkolekela."
The musician went on to add that Scoop owed him a SAMA award for 2017, according to the publication.
"Scoop and his bath starved trolls actually owe me a SAMA for 2017 because GYHO was making big noise and I later got shortlisted to be in the hip-hop category. The smear campaign was clearly planned out and served its purpose because until today people are mad."
In other Ntukza news, Briefly.co.za reported that Ntukza has called on aspiring hip-hop and Kwaito producers to submit their hard work to him.
The rapper, who shot to fame with award-winning hip-hop group Teargas, said he will need new fresh beats when he is done with his studio break.
The star said when he is done with his "little" studio break, he will need new fresh and hard hip-hop and Kwaito beats.
"When I get off this lil' studio break and I’m refreshed, I'll need sumo beats, get at me with some hard hard - firstname.lastname@example.org."
He further explained:
"Obviously I need rap beats, Kwaito is very much welcome."
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