- Nhlamulo "Nota" Baloyi has come for Stogie T and said that the rapper is not as rich as he leads on and actually still lives with his mom
- Nota said that Stogie was just a fraud, a liar and e is apparently broke
- To back up his claims, Nota asked the people who were watching his video if they had ever heard of Stogie T buying a house
Nhlamulo "Nota" Baloyi, best known for being Kwesta's former manager, has come out and said that the rapper Tumi Molekane, otherwise known as Stogie T, is broke and is also a fraud. Taking to social media, Nota shared some very personal details about Stogie T's current situation.
Nota revealed that Stogie T still lives with his mother. Stogie T on the other hand has never really shown any signs of being broke and has a number of endorsement deals with different brands. For this, Nota insisted that Stogie T was just doing it for the cameras and he is actually not as well off as he looks.
"You know there’s funny things that Stogie T has said, as I said anything bad about his mom. He was looking nice in his songs so he can be brag and have swagg and travels on the account of his mother’s MK status. I am not fighting him, he is just a fraud," said Nota.
Nota claims that Stogie T is a liar and nobody has ever heard him say he's bought a new house, he is just a brand ambassador.
Kwesta's former manager also continued to say that the progression of Stogie T's career is not all that and he has been an "upcoming rapper" for the past 24 years.
Stogie on the other hand is continuing to do his thing and ignoring all the negative vibes and comments that have been coming his way from Nota. Nota also tweeted in October that Stogie T apparently wanted to meet up with him to fight.
In other Mzansi hip-hop news, Briefly.co.za reported that a fact check showed that AKA has not signed to Cassper Nyovest's record label called Family Tree Records. The hashtag #AKAJoinsFamilyTree has been trending on social media since Tuesday morning, 24 November.
Tweeps took to Twitter and alleged that Supa Mega had joined Mufasa's independent record label. Not even one of them has provided proof that Mega has signed to Mufasa's stable.
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