- Emtee is serious about making the perfect personalised sneaker and becoming a successful businessman
- The award-winning rapper has debuted yet another design of his own sneaker line
- Social media users have shared mixed reactions since the star shared a snap of the new kicks on his timeline
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Emtee has taken to social media to debut another design of his own shoes. The star shared a snap of the sneaker with his name on it. The rapper is making business moves like his peers in the music industry.
Other Mzansi rappers such as AKA and K.O also push their own merchandise on the side instead of sticking to making music only. Get that bag, hustla.
The Roll Up hitmaker's tweet about his new shoes has garnered mixed reactions from Mzansi social media users. Some tweeps decided to drag the star for his sneakers design while his fans fell in love with the new design as soon as they laid eyes on it.
Check out some of the reactions below.
"Now this is great work Emtee. The kicks are dope. Where can we get them?"
"The sole is perfect, it's honestly just the design that's wack."
"First you wanted to fake Airforce and failed, now it's VaporMax reloaded. Yiyeke lewey mjita!"
"I just see VaporMax that went private school."
"This is really dope Hustla."
"No, but these sneakers are ugly."
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In other Emtee news, Briefly.co.za reported that Emtee has ventured into the world of business. In his pursuit of the bag, he revealed in June that he was preparing to launch his own sneakers.
The rapper took to social media to share a few pics of his own shoes which come in different bright colours and fabric. He captioned his Instagram post: "Working on something big. Get ready."
Briefly.co.za also reported that the award-winning musician also used social media to respond to some of the people who criticised his new sneaker designs. The rapper's personalised sneakers have came under fire from tweeps who were not impressed by the way they look.
Some tweeps had asked Em to rework on his new product, while some have asked him to put more work "on the finishing of the sole".
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