Emtee hints at abuse again after recently telling Mzansi to back off

Emtee hints at abuse again after recently telling Mzansi to back off

- Emtee has again hinted that his wife, Nicole Kendall Ndevu, is allegedly abusing him

- Emtee surprised his fans recently when he claimed that Nicole has been physically abusing him for some time

- Emtee took to Twitter this week and shared that he is tired of fighting with his baby mama

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Emtee has hinted at another alleged abuse by his wife. The Roll Up hitmaker took to Twitter on Monday, 30 November and shared that the mother of his two kids is allegedly physically abusing him again.

The rapper claimed that his bae told him to stop hitting her while she was the one who was physically attacking him. He shared that he was only trying to protect himself when she said, " Stop hitting me." Emtee wrote:

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"Aw Nkosi yam'. Nanko ke saying 'stop hitting me' ndizivikela ebetha mna."

The musician also tweeted on the same day that he was now tired of arguing with his baby momma on a daily basis. The artist wrote:

"How do you argue or fight with someone you love every single day?"

Emtee's tweets came just days after he told Mzansi tweeps to stay out of his private life. He told tweeps that he was working on fixing things with his bae. Reacting to Emtee's latest tweets, his fans advised him to leave his wife. Check out some of their comments below:

@OlwethuNdukude said:

"What's happening bro? You're slowly losing yourself. So wish you could stop tweeting about your personal life. Some people rejoice when they see you in pain. Try to sort them out privately. Stop giving them the satisfaction Ta yam. You're a big brand, focus on growing it bhuda."

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@Nbp_Verxx said:

"Make a vid as evidence."

@Rapbeat_sa wrote:

"Bro what are you still doing under the same roof with her? Leave her bro, because it will end in tears."

@___Dyani commented:

"Chief, really really we were up in arms supporting you and you went back to the abuser."

@wade_043 said:

"Leave her bro."

@rapperoffspring asked:

"Why are you still with her?"

@leftie_peace added:

"I’m also a huge fan of Emtee but I really think he needs an account manager. Some tweets are just unnecessary and he’s slowly depleting himself as an individual, father and an artist. Just my opinion."
Emtee hints at abuse again after recently telling Mzansi to back off
Emtee has hinted at abuse again after recently telling Mzansi to back off. Image: @flashikumkani
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In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi recently reacted to a video of Emtee seemingly drunk after he alleged that his wife, Nicole Kendall Ndevu, has been physically abusing him. The rapper took to social media a few days back to share with his fans that his wife and mother of two kids has been abusing him for some time now.

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The video was released by the parody Twitter account @AdvoBarryRoux late on Wednesday, 18 November. @AdvoBarryRoux claimed that Emtee is making false accusations about his wife. The account further said that Emtee's problem is "his drug abuse."

In similar entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Mlindo The Vocalist has taken to social media to apologise for his trending video. A video of Mlindo seemingly drunk is doing the rounds on social media.

The Macala hitmaker took to Instagram on Wednesday, 2 December to share a statement apologising to his fans about what happened on Monday night. He was in the middle of his performance at an event in Soshanguve when he suddenly fell and had to be carried off stage. In the viral video, Mlindo can be seen totally out of it and being carried off stage by a bodyguard.

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"I would like to sincerely apologise to my supporters and everyone for everything that took place in this past weekend. I will not get into details but I take full responsibility of my actions, and I will not blame it on anyone but myself."

The star promises to behave when he goes out to perform next time. Mlindo added:

"I will be better and act better next time."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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