- Emtee is another Mzansi rapper who doesn't quite vibe with Cassper Nyovest
- The Roll Up hitmaker gave a rather frosty response when he was asked if he would collaborate with Cassper Nyovest
- It was reported that A-Reece also 'blue-ticked' the Gusheshe hitmaker when he made a request to collaborate with him
Yet another rapper has expressed their lack of interest in working with Cassper Nyovest. Emtee's fans took to social media to ask him about whether he's involved in Cassper's upcoming project AMN, and he his answer was quite cold.
The rapper made it clear that he was not interested in working with Cassper. Just last year, Cassper invited Emtee as a guest performer on his #FillUp concert at Royal Bafokeng.
Things seemed to be going well between the two up until a month later when Emtee's team shut down a request to collaborate with Cassper.
It seems the beef has not been resolved as Emtee recently made it clear that he wasn't nothing to do with Cassper's new album. When a fan asked if he was featured on the upcoming work, Emtee responded in Xitsonga:
"Ami lavi (I don't want to)."
Social media users had mixed reactions to his response. Twitter user amaze_oath said:
"But we can expect you on AKA's Bhovamania album right?"
"So Cassper has strong rhymes?"
Meanwhile, Cassper Nyovest recently couldn't help but agree when a fan pointed out that he had been a huge inspiration to A-Reece and Nasty C.
The fan remembered that A-Reece had previously written a song all about Mufasa. The fan wrote:
"Both Nasty and Reece inspired by Cass."
Another fan said:
"Reece has a whole song about Cassper."
Cassper reserved his comment, but he retweeted both tweets, meaning he definitely agrees.
Cassper has never had a strong musical relationship or friendship with either of the stars. He's previously revealed that he once tried to ask Reece for a feature, but was ignored. Nasty C and Cassper have definitely been throwing subtle jabs at each other of late as well.
Earlier this year, Briefly.co.za reported that Nasty C had told Cassper he's not afraid to battle him. A-Reece and Nasty also have their own little beef. Nasty was forced to deny rumours that he rushed his album in order to compete with A-Reece, who's also releasing his album this month.
Cassper is also set to release his album this month, so fans are in for a triple treat of Mzansi rap greatness.
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