Emtee drags Blaq Diamond: Says the duo has nothing to be proud of

Emtee drags Blaq Diamond: Says the duo has nothing to be proud of

- Emtee has gone online and tweeted that Blaq Diamond has no reason to be proud

- The Hustla took to Twitter to throw some shade at the duo and called them irrelevant in the process

- Emtee also said that he was wealthier and that the two were living in his old house and driving his old car

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Emtee took to Twitter to throw some shade at musical duo, Blaq Diamond. The rapper replied to a host of tweets and claimed that Blaq Diamond has nothing to be proud of.

Emtee clearly had something to get off his chest and said that the Afro duo were living in a house and driving cars that used to belong to him.

The Hustla also had some strong words about the two musicians as he threw around more claims online. Emtee wrote that he had more money than Blaq Diamond and that they were topping charts they wouldn't get paid for. Emtee ended by calling the duo irrelevant.

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Emtee is dragging Afroduo Blaq Diamond. Images: @emteethehustla/Instagram @blackdiamond150/Instagram Source: Instagram
Source: Instagram

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SAHipHopMag.com reported that there is a common theme to all the artists Emtee is exposing and that theme is Ambitiouz Entertainment. Allegedly the label has been exploiting artists and The Hustla wants to make his feelings known.

Ambitiouz Entertainment denied being behind the repossession of Emtee's house and car. It has been alleged that the assets were repossessed due to Emtee's unwillingness to pay rent and having caused damage.

The tweet confirmed that the house and car are now in the possession of Blaq Diamond.

In other news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Prince Kaybee getting real with some Twitter advice for a fan who said she was 'hard-working'.

Prince Kaybee recently took to social media to tell his fans that working hard doesn't necessarily mean that they'll end up being rich. The award-winning producer got real with his Twitter followers and told them that they can work hard but still be broke.

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Kaybee, who is one of the most opinionated Mzansi celebs, took to Twitter to dish out advice on life and money. The encounter happened after a tweep wrote that she "better be rich because she's hard-working" to which Kaybee responded that it wouldn't necessarily happen.

Some replies seemed to think that the star was being harsh but many agreed with him and his statement that, "You perform your true potential with the least amount of effort, you can be the hardest working and still be broke."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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