- Emtee has shared that he is proud of his culture and he wouldn't change a thing about it
- The star said he passed with flying colours when he went through his culture's ritual aimed at preparing young males for manhood
- The rapper clapped back hard at a tweep who asked if the tradition is still relevant nowadays
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Emtee has taken to social media to let peeps know that he is proud of his culture. The rapper shared that his manhood was not handed to him but he earned it.
The star bragged that he passed with passed with flying colours when he went through the ritual, which is traditionally intended as a teaching institution to prepare young males for the responsibilities of manhood.
"Ndili Hlubi and proud. I’m grateful to my forefathers. This was the best moment in my life. I know my grandfather proud of me: I’d do gain and again. I love it. Made me who I am and I passed with flying colours."
When a tweet asked the Roll Up hitmaker if the ritual is still necessary nowadays, Emtee got hot under the collar. He replied:
"LEAVE US ALONE AND OUR CULTURE."
The star added that he loves his culture because he earned his manhood through it.
"I love my culture. I earned my manhood. I’m a warrior.”
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi has reacted to the latest episode of hit reality TV show Uyajola 9/9.
The show's Sunday night episode was lit, as expected. Jub Jub, the presenter of the show, and his crew helped a man bust his cheating girlfriend during the last episode. Sibusiso suspected his bae of cheating on him.
The suspicion was confirmed when he caught her red-handed in bed with another man. Sibusiso walked into their house and caught her in the act. She thought that he was at work.
During the couple's argument, Jub Jub picked up a tub of Vaseline in the background and sniffed it several times before he applied some to his lips. That scene was the highlight of many social media users.
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