- The South African Music Awards (SAMAs) released its nomination list last week and, already, everyone is campaigning for their fave to win
- Zingah has made it clear that he believes fellow rapper, YoungstaCPT, deserves a SAMA for his contribution to the Mzansi hip hop game
- Youngsta is nominated alongside Sliqe, Yanga Chief, K.O and Big Zulu for Album of The Year in Hip Hop
PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see Briefly.co.za News on your News Feed!
YoungstaCPT has got himself a die-hard fan in fellow rapper, Zingah. Zingah recently took to Twitter to explain why he believes Youngsta should win the SAMA for Album of The Year in Hip Hop.
Zingah said Youngsta's contributed immensely to the Mzansi hip hop game and actually breathed more life into it. It's clear that Zingah wants no one else to walk away with the big prize on the big night.
He tweeted, “To be honest, YoungstaCPT, you deserve an award just for existing. What you do, and how you go about doing it, brought more life to the game as a whole. All the best with your nomination, king. Congratulations."
READ ALSO: Somizi and Khaya Dladla slammed for breaking lockdown regulations
Unfortunately, it won't be a walk in the park for Youngsta to be awarded the ultimate prize. He's up against some incredible and equally talented competition.
Earlier this year, Briefly.co.za reported that K.O already had his eye on a SAMA and called his 2019 album, , his best work yet.
He wrote, "Best hip hop body of work for 2019, best video and radio bops until now. #PTY UnLTD. I don't do this for awards but, if the 2020 SAMAs are not entirely cancelled, I deserve mines over there."
READ ALSO: DJ Maphorisa admits English isn’t a strength, but he also doesn’t care
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Zodwa Wabantu has been slammed again after she was spotted shooting her shot at Gomora actor, Ntobeko Sishi. The exotic dancer has been accused of preying on young boys.
Zodwa Wabantu was spotted in the comments section of the 21-year-old actor's recent post. She did not hold back and made her intentions very clear in her message.
The message was accompanied by winking and heart emojis. Mzansi social media users were, however, not smiling. Many accused the much older woman of preying on young men.
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!