- Zakwe has posted a throwback pic of himself, Big Zulu and Emtee when they were still newbies in the game
- Zakwe shared that he's glad the three of them can now put food on the table for themselves and their families
- Zakwe's fans told him that the three musicians should a collab in 2021
Zakwe has taken to social media to share a snap of himself with Big Zulu and Emtee when they were still on the come up. The three rappers had just started in the game when the throwback pic was taken.
Zakwe posted on Twitter on Thursday, 7 January that he is grateful the three of them are now reaping the benefits of their hard work. He shared that he is happy that all of them are able to feed themselves and their loved ones through rap music.
Zakwe also wished the Roll Up and Imali Eningi hitmakers more success in their future endeavours. The star wrote:
"Ey ngoba, sibuya kude madoda @BigZulu_ZN, @emteerecords (But we've come a long way, men) Glad we all eating off this rap ish, makwande bafowethu (I wish you more success)."
The Sebentin hitmaker's fans took to his comment section to share their thoughts on the throwback pic. Check out some of their comments below:
"2021: We need this three some combo @BigZulu_ZN x @emteerecords x @ZakweSA."
"Cav (check) Big Zulu's shoe game. Unkulunkulu mkhulu ngempela baf2 (God is good gents)."
"So Biggy was not affording Brentwood these times? Big up on growth gents!"
"BIG ZULU, I LIKE YOUR SHOES."
"It's really heartwarming to see you all still doing it and eating."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Big Zulu recently shared that his smash hit Imali Eningi is still the biggest song in the country. The rapper took to social media to share that despite losing the Song of the Year title on Ukhozi FM, his song is still sitting at the number 1 spot when it comes to the Mzansi radio airplay chart.
The star posted the the chart on the micro-blogging app on Tuesday, 5 January. He captioned his post:
"Mali Eningi is still sitting on number 1, still the biggest song in the country across all music genres. Ngiyabonga kakhulu to all the Radio stations & TV (Thank you so musch to all the radio starions and TV). Ngiyabonga kakhulu inkulu ingoma eMzansi (Thanks, the song is big in Mzansi)."
Musician and veteran radio personality DJ Sbu took to the star's comment section to share his thoughts on Nkabi's post. Sbu wrote:
"Congratulations bhuti. Keep pushing, you're capable of more. This is only the beginning. Unkulunkulu abe nawe Siyabonga mfowethu kubonga thina ngokuzithoba kwakho. Uya kude kakhulu mfowethu. (May God be with you. We thank you for your humility. You're going far my brother)."
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