- Emtee has made a name for himself for not mincing his words when dealing with social media users
- The rapper has taken to social media to respond to accusations of mismanaging new artist Flash Ikumkani
- The Roll Up hitmaker told a tweep where to get off after alleging Emtee was a bad manager to Flash
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Emtee has told a tweep where to get off after he accused him of mismanaging up-and-coming artist Flash Ikumkani. The social media user had assumed that the Roll Up hitmaker had signed Flash under his record label, Emtee Records.
Emtee explained that he has just been trying to show support to Flash but denied that he has signed him. Many peeps thought the rapper had signed the artist.
Tweep, @Massiv_Sound, asked Emtee:
"You claim to have signed Flash Ikumkani under your record label but the Umhluzi vid has been uploaded under both his personal and Emtee Records accounts. What is what here, Is this a sign of bad management?"
Umhluzi is Flash's new single. He has also dropped a video for it. Emtee was offended by the accusations and rudely replied to @Massiv_Sound:
"Get off ma d*ck! I’m putting my lil partner on. He is his own artist and owns 100% of all his work I’ma always put the next on noma ninya."
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In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that DJ Euphonik is one of a few artists in the world who have been able to perform internationally amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
The musician, also known as Themba, has detailed performing in a foreign country amid the pandemic. The star, along with his friend and DJ Black Coffee, recently flew out of the country to perform for a live crowd on the Greek island of Mykonos.
The DJ said the vibe is still not normal as he had to wear a mask everywhere he went. Euphonik explained that the parties are mostly open-air events and the staff are required to wear PPE.
Euphonik said he had to sign an indemnity form at the airport which stated that he was fully aware of all the risks of Covid-19 before flying. He admitted that it's been hard for artists everywhere, including Europe, because of the pandemic.
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