- Emtee has claimed that men have no rights in Mzansi after a fan told him to stop letting his wife beat him
- Emtee surprised many when he took to social media and alleged that the mother of his two kids was physically abusing him
- The Roll Up rapper's fans have advised him to take his kids and leave his bae
A few weeks ago Emtee took to social media and alleged that his wife and baby mama was physically abusing him. The star claimed that even his wife's family had also abused him.
A fan took to his timeline recently to tell the rapper to stop letting his wife hit him. Emtee then claimed that men have no rights in Mzansi. The Roll Up hitmaker told the tweep that he doesn't know what to do any more. Emtee replied:
"What should I do? As a man (in) South Ah you have no rights whatsoever."
A lot of tweeps encouraged the musician to take his two kids and end his relationship with his bae. Check out some of their comments below:
"That's SA for you but be strong for your fans."
"Take your kids and leave."
In related news, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Emtee hinted at another alleged abuse by his wife. The Roll Up hitmaker took to Twitter on Monday, 30 November and claimed that the mother of his two kids was physically assaulting 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:
"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?"
The artist'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.
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