- Rapper Rouge is never one to bite her tongue when it comes to praising other artists' talents and achievements
- The latest star to receive props from her is Mzansi rapper and producer extraordinaire, Anatii
- Rouge took to Twitter to say that the world really doesn't deserve Anatii's immense talent and fans couldn't agree more
Female emcee, Rouge, is one of Mzansi's most talented and prolific rap stars. So, this girl knows real skill when she hears it.
Anatii, who has worked with Beyonce, is top of her list when it comes to other talented Mzansi rappers. Rouge recently took to Twitter to sing Anatii's praises.
She wrote, "If we are being honest, we don't deserve Anatii."
Fans couldn't have agreed more and heaped their own praises on the muso.
@Kagisho1Mk said, "I thought of this the other day as I was bumping to Wena. How can this switch up be done?"
@Ntuli_RSA commented, "We really don't. That man got mad talent."
Brendon Dlamini responded, "That man is a scary ball of talent."
@ChampagneS1YA concluded that, it's true, we really don't appreciate Anatii enough.
Perhaps this is the reason why Anatii cleared his Twitter and Instagram accounts of all pictures, content and comments recently. Word on the street is that Anatii is working on an epic project that will feature a number of international artists.
Last year, Briefly.co.za reported that Anatii was extremely emotional when he received his first South African Music Award (SAMA).
In other news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Mzansi was still not satisfied after DJ Maphorisa cleaned up his kitchen. The star's posted another picture of his kitchen looking spotless, and even added SMEG items.
However, Twitter trolls were still not happy. Phori had previously come under fire for posting a picture with dirty dishes in the sink of, what some called, a small kitchen.
The star eventually caved in to social media pressure and cleaned up, plus bought new (and expensive) kitchenware. After Maphorisa endured yet another round of criticism, DJ Shimza let Phori know that tweeps will never be satisfied, so he should just let them be.
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