- Cassper Nyovest has called social media users who have dissed his Amademoni lyrics "idiots"
- The rapper believes that the song has one of the catchiest hooks
- Mufasa also claimed that those who have criticised the song are actually promoting it
Cassper Nyovest has taken to social media to throw shade at tweeps who have dissed the lyrics of his smash hit titled Amademoni.
The rapper claims that those who do so are actually promoting the song. The star believes that the joint has one of the catchiest hooks.
He urged his naysayers to remember his post- in which he shared some of the song's lyrics - when big music festivals are allowed in the country. Cass believes that the song will be played across all big shows in Mzansi.
The muso also called all those who have used social media to diss his lyrics "idiots".
"So many idiots post my lyrics tryna diss me. You thinking you hurting me & all you are doing is marketing my song!!!! This hook is the catchy part of the song!!! Remember this tweet when they open big festivals, i will be smashing all the stadiums screaming Hayi Ngi Sexy mann!!!"
In other Cass news, Mufasa recently blasted the SAMAs after his artist Nadia Nakai was not nominated in the Best Hip Hop Album category. He then advised artists who were snubbed by the SAMAs to rather focus on winning new fans than taking home new awards.
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Emtee 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. One tweep accused Emtee of failing to properly market Flash's new single titled Umhluzi.
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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