Ma-E reacts to criticism of being SA's oldest upcoming artist

Ma-E reacts to criticism of being SA's oldest upcoming artist

- Ma-E has responded to a troll who slammed him for being the oldest SA rapper still on the come up

- The former Teargas member reminded the troll about all the accolades and success that he has enjoyed in the Mzansi music industry

- Ma-E also has a blazing joint currently doing damage on Mzansi TV and radio stations titled Navigator

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Ma-E has taken to social media to respond to a troll who criticised him for being the oldest upcoming artist in Mzansi. The former Teargas star reminded the tweep about some of his achievements in the cut-throat South African music industry.

The 43-year-old rapper has won a number of awards with Teargas. During his time with the hit group, they released smash hits such as Mhlobo Wami, Chance, Go Away and Wake Up.

After the trio, including K.O and Ntukza, went their separate ways, Ma-E also went solo. Even though he has not been successful as K.O, he has definitely made his mark on the hip-hop scene.

The star currently has a smash joint out titled Navigator. He features K.O on the track. It is on high rotation on radio and TV stations across Mzansi. Ma-E responded to the troll:

"It must be nice to be an oldest come up artist with 5 SAMAs, 4 Metros, 3 ChannelOs, 1 sound city awards, BET Awards nomination and over 10 million views on YouTube. Something you might not see in your family lifetime! Hope you good with what you do! God of the west might bless you."

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Ma-E reacts to criticism of being SA's oldest upcoming artist
Ma-E has reacted to criticism of being SA's oldest upcoming artist. Image: @maezeedoesit
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In other related to Teargas, Briefly.co.za reported that K.O and Nandi Madida both walked away winners at the South African Music Awards (SAMA26). The people of Mzansi love both of these artist and we don’t even need to explain why.

While the coronavirus has made the SAMAs a little different this year, the hype was still the same, if not more. Fans wanted to see if their favourite artist would bring home the gold. Both K.O and Nandi received a standing ovation when they got their SAMA26 awards on Monday night during the first part of the five-part virtual awards.

The first part of the virtual awards was hosted by Dineo Langa and Donovan Goliath as part of the 5 episodes which will air from 3 and 7 August at 21:30 on Mzansi Magic. The impressive duo won the Best Collaboration award for their hit song Say U Will.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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