- Kwesta has been slammed after his former manager Nota Baloyi said Nasty C and Cassper Nyovest's new songs were trash
- Social media users who dragged the star didn't know at the time that Nota no longer works with the Ngud' hitmaker
- Kwesta has revealed that he no longer has a working relationship with Nota and it doesn't sound like they are friends either
Kwesta has been dragged on social media after his former manager trashed Nasty C and Cassper Nyovest's new songs on Friday, 21 August.
Nosta Baloyi, whose handle is @lavidoNOTA, spilled his feelings on Twitter about Nasty C's Zulu Man and Cass' BonginNkosi featuring Zola 7.
Instead of dealing with Nota, tweeps took to the micro-blogging app and dragged the Ngud' hitmaker. Check out some of the reactions from tweeps below:
"Nota, your boy Kwesta is recycling trying to make Ngud every year. Releasing sub-standard music like Finesse & Njandin. Yet you come spewing garbage about other artists. You watched Yanga become a popstar, something you wanted so bad. Now here bitter all over Twitter."
"That Nota guy be tweeting as if Kwesta's been releasing hit after hit, Ngud was even inspired by Cararaca, that joint with Rick Ross was pure trash also."
"Why y’all attacking Kwesta for Nota’s opinion? That’s not fair."
Upon seeing his name trending, Kwesta decided to set the record straight on his relationship with Nota.
"Ekse. I need everyone to know that @lavidanota and I no longer work together and haven't been for a while now. To those that have been calling me trying to reach him, please contact him directly and to those that have been calling him to reach me, please do the same. Ta."
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that AKA took to social media to share snippets of some of his songs that will feature on his upcoming album. AKA has been using his social media accounts to promote the forthcoming project. The project will feature Sjava, Gemini Major, Da L.E.S and Rouge, among others.
Supa Mega joined a band of Mzansi rappers who have promised to drop new albums in the near future. Some of the artists include, Nasty C, Cassper Nyovest and A-Reece.
The Fela In Versace hitmaker captioned the first snippet he shared on Tuesday, 11 August, "Pop God." A few minutes later, he shared another teaser. He captioned it: "This will be the project of the year."
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