- Zakes Bantwini has revealed that he wants Mzansi to protect Emtee at all costs
- The award-winning Zakes did not mention why Emtee must be protected by South Africans
- Zakes shook many tweeps when he expressed that Emtee is a respectful, humble young man
Zakes Bantwini has taken to social media to ask Mzansi tweeps to protect rapper Emtee. The rapper who is known for not mincing his words on his timeline has gone AWOL on Twitter for some time now.
Zakes took to the micro-blogging app on Tuesday, 8 September to share that Emtee must be protected "at all costs". The award-winning musician did not mention why the Roll Up hitmaker must be protected. The singer wrote:
"SA, protect Emtee at all costs! What a respectful, humble young man. On top of that, the music is amazing!"
Tweeps shared mixed reactions to the Wasting My Time hitmaker's post. Check out some of their comments below:
"Respectful and humble man? I beg to differ. Or is it because he's selling some sneakers?"
"What? Humble, respectful!"
"Hehake Zakes. No I'm sorry, that boy is rude, uncouth and his music is boring."
"King I love and respect you so much, but judging from what I've witnessed here on social media the guy is not respectful at all."
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Andile Mpisane has bagged two international music awards nominations and the whole of Mzansi is confused. Social media users have shared that they don't even know his song and some tweeps have shared that they don't even know who Andile is.
Entertainment commentator Phil Mphela recently shared on Twitter that Andile's single Umcimbi has been nominated in the Best New Independent African Artists and Best New Male Independent African Music Video categories at the 4th Annual Hollywood African Prestigious Awards.
Mzansi tweeps flooded Phil's comment section with mixed reactions to the news. Peeps claimed that they don't know who Andile is. The star is the son of flamboyant businesswoman and reality TV star Shauwn Mkhize. He is a Gqom artist.
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