- Mzansi rappers Flvme and Emtee have been going head-to-head on social media about their raps
- Flvme dropped a diss song titled By Accident and used Emtee's face on the album artwork
- Social media users engaged with the music and while some thought it wasn't good, others are just waiting for Emtee's response
Flvme and Emtee have been beefing on Twitter and fans have been waiting to see how the whole situation will play out. Flvme has even gone as far as sharing DMs between him and Emtee where he asked him to come out so they could fight.
The debate is about who is the better rapper. Flvme has shown that he's not going to be silent any more and made the first move by dropping a diss track directed at Emtee.
Flvme even went as far as putting Emtee's face as the album art for the song. He shared a snippet of the song on Twitter and judging by the lyrics, he means business.
The song is titled By Accident and Flvme is basically telling Emtee that his awards were bought. Fans reacted to the song drop on Twitter. Take a look at the reactions:
"This upcoming artist mumbling here will go places in the next one million years to come."
"@emteerecords are you gonna make a comeback with a better diss track or we move?"
"Lol. If Emtee replies it's gonna be another hit record added to his catalogue and we're gonna forget all about this dizzy diss track of yours."
"This is nonsense, go back in the studio bruh. I don't know whether you wanted to make a Valentine's track or a diss track. Your raps are candy."
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Prince Kaybee dropped a new song titled Ebabayo to a lukewarm reception. Prince Kaybee has dropped a new song this Friday, 12 February. The award-winning music producer released a track titled Ebabayo.
He features singer Nokwazi on the latest single. Prince Kaybee is preparing to drop his much-anticipated album The 4th Republic in March.
The single is one of the songs in the upcoming project. The Hosh hitmaker took to Twitter to make the announcement that his latest single is now available on all leading digital music stores.
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