- Emtee has responded to allegations that he pushes those close to him to inherit his beef
- Emtee's signee Flash Ikumkani recently revealed that he "cancelled" a song he did with Ambitiouz Entertainment artist Snymaan
- A tweep accused Emtee of pushing Flash to inherit his beef with his former stable Ambitiouz Entertainment
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Emtee has been accused of pushing people close to him to inherit his beef. Some social media users have suggested that the Roll Up hitmaker doesn't want people associated with his record label, Emtee Records, to work with artists from his former record label Ambitiouz Entertainment.
Emtee's new signee Flash Ikumkani was recently asked by a fan what happened to his song Intaka with Ambitiouz Entertainment signee Snymaan. Flash said he "cancelled" that song.
Emtee was quick to tell Flash that he doesn't "love" people who work with his haters. The star has been beefing with Ambitiouz ever since he left them last year. He wants his awards and royalties dating back to 2015 from the controversial record label. Emtee told Flash:
"No love for people who chose to be with the opps."
Tweeps were quick to assume that the rapper pushes people close to him to fight his battles. Check out some of the comments below:
"Dude you've just met Flash and you already got him inheriting your silly ways. Come on big hustle."
Emtee, who now uses his record label's Twitter handle, responded to the tweep:
"Ain’t no silly ways! You know nothing about what happens outside social media so shut up and ts*k."
"Now Flash is beefing AE wtf! Being an Emtee fan is soo stressful."
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest recently opened up about being a dad. The rapper and his bae Thobeka Majozi welcomed their baby boy to the world on Sunday.
In a recent TV interview with Somizi on Dinner at Somizi's, Mufasa revealed some of the lessons he plans to pass on to little Khotso. The Amademoni hitmaker shared that one of the most important things he will teach his son "is to love God".
He also told Somgaga that he will teach his first born child to be fearless and to "go for your dreams". Cass said he would love to have the same relationship he has with his father with his son.
Cassper also took to social media on Tuesday, 15 September to share with his fans that he would be on Behind The Story on channel 129 on Wednesday night to talk about his new album Any Minute Now and being a first time dad.
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