- K.O has taken to social media to respond to Sizwe Dhlomo after he asked why hip-hop music group Teargas split
- The rapper whose solo career has flourished since the split, explained that the progressive guy post the group always get vilified after the split
- Mr Cash Time has continued to dominate the airwaves after the trio went their separate ways a few years ago
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K.O has reacted to Sizwe Dhlomo's tweet about why hit hip-hop group Teargas split. The rapper whose solo career has blossomed since the split from the trio tried to make Sizwe understand things from his own perspective.
The Supa Dupa hitmaker explained that the progressive guy post the group always get vilified after the break up. K.O has continued to shine while the other members have struggled to make an impact in the country's music industry.
Mr Cash Time explained that they learned "harsh lessons" from what happened to the group.
"My dawg, and the progressive guy post the group gets vilified even though the back story is public info. Life played out this way I guess, harsh lessons learned all around. Hope other acts learn from us as well."
During the group's hey days, they gave Mzansi hits such as Mhlobo Wami, Chance, Go Away and Wake Up. The trio consisted of Ma-E, Ntukza and K.O. They dominated airwaves and had fans all across the country.
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In other music 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 said he will need new fresh beats when he is done with his studio break. A few producers took to Ntukza's comment section to let him know that they are definitely interested in working with him.
The star said when he is done with his "little" studio break, he will need new fresh and hard hip-hop and Kwaito beats.
Still on the Teargas news, K.O recently detailed the hard work he has been putting into his brand in 2020. The star took to Twitter to let Mzansi know that he is motivated to work hard on himself regardless of the Covid-19 lockdown.
The rapper said he is also working on the winter range of his fashion line, Skhanda World.
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