- Rapper Cruz Afrika has called out South African rapper for being fake and lying about achievements
- The vocal musician said that they need to be honest as there are young people who look up to them
- His comments come after a string of rappers recently announced signing major deals
Rapper Cruz Afrika has called Mzansi rappers out for apparently lying about their achievements. The opinionated muso said that many of his peers were not honest about signing big deals or even getting gold plaques.
Taking to Twitter, Cruz exposed rappers for lying and asked them to stop. He said that young people look up to them and they needed to be better.
“All these fake-ass SA rappers need to start being real, niggaz they outta here lying too much about their achievements the gold plaque, I mean we're black people – we need a generation of wealth, they should stop misleading these young artists.”
His comments come after a string of rappers recently announced signing major deals.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Nasty C just made another lit announcement that has fans rejoicing in his glory once again.
This guy is on fire! There is no denying Nasty C has earned his hip-hop crown and we know he is not done impressing. Briefly.co.za learnt that Nasty C has secured a lit ambassador deal with world-famous tech brand Huawei.
Nasty C will help in promoting their lit new handset, the P40 Series, alongside some other big names in SA such as DJ Tira, Boity Thulo and Thando Thabooty. Joining the Huawei fam is a big move for Nasty C and he couldn’t wait to share the news with his fans.
The entertainment industry is a cut-throat business in which everyone is looking to make extra dough wherever they can. AKA knows that, as he has been a victim in the past when he was taken advantage of and now it is having a negative effect on his career, preventing him from moving on.
The Fela in Versace hitmaker took to social media yesterday to share his frustrations with his fans. Although he didn't go into any details, we can see by his tweet that these shady business deals really have him on a low right now.
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