- Emtee has been a target of social media trolls for a minute now and he has made it clear he doesn't care
- The Roll Up hitmaker has decided to address his haters on Twitter once and for all
- The rapper told his trolls that they don't have to like him but the product he serves, which is music
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Emtee has taken to social media to share why people don't have to like him. The rapper has been a target of social media trolls especially since the Covid-19 lockdown began in Mzansi a few months ago.
The musician told tweeps that they don't have to be friends with him but must just like his rap music. Trap is a subgenre of hip-hop music. The star who is known for not mincing his words, tweeted:
"I’m a trapper. You’re not supposed to like me but the product I serve."
Briefly.co.za has seen how some tweeps have been taking shots at the Roll Up hitmaker ever since he parted ways with his former record label, Ambitiouz Entertainment.
The label took the Mercedes Benz that the star thought he owned and he's also admitted that he's financially struggling amid the Covid-19 lockdown.
Emtee has even decided to take the record label to court over his royalties dating back to 2015. He also wants them to give him back the awards he won while he was still their artists.
Since then, many trolls have been dragging the star for his misfortunes.
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Unathi has penned a touching message to her friend Lerato 'Zah' Moloi who has recovered from the coronavirus.
The Idols SA judge took to Instagram to share her relief that her bestie has survived the virus after the actress recently opened up about her Covid-19 experience. The radio host shared snaps she took with Zah and captioned her post:
"How happy am I that you’re alive and healthy. Thank you for posting your video on surviving Covid-19 on Insta Rato @lerato_zah and for being so honest about your experience, but most importantly your fears around it, now that you have survived."
Unathi also revealed that the disease claimed the lives of four of her family members on Monday, just hours apart.
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