- Ambitiouz Entertainment has claimed that it doesn't regret losing Mzansi rapper Flvme
- The record label told a fan on social media that if they had any regrets Flvme would not be one of them
- The controversial stable was once home to Flvme and other rappers including A-Reece, Emtee and Sjava
Ambitiouz Entertainment has claimed that they don't regret losing rapper Flvme. The record label told a fan during a Q&A session on Twitter recently.
A fan took to the controversial stable's comment section and asked whether they regret losing A-Reece and Flvme. The stable, which was once home to Sjava and Emtee, shaded Flvme. The label's Twitter admin replied:
"We regret nothing. But if we had to regret we definitely wouldn't regret losing Flvme."
Tweeps took to the record label's comment section to share their thoughts to their spicy response. Check out some of their comments below:
"He's a clout chaser. I liked his music but now I'm avoiding any songs from him."
"Whoever handles @Ambitiouz_Ent Twitter must be a battle rapper, the shots they fire all the time are sick."
"I honestly want to know the one responsible for this handle ye Ambitiouz."
"Didn't see that comin'."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Emtee and Flvme got into a heated exchange on social media recently about who has more hits between the two of them.
The Roll Up hitmaker took to Twitter on Wednesday, 10 February and asked his fans who makes a better hook in a song than him. Flvme came across the post and shared his opinion the rapper's question. Flvme replied to Emtee:
"I don’t have anything against Emtee guys. I’m just saying I don’t believe he’s a better artist than me as much as he believes I’m not."
Emtee hit back at the Hit Me Up rapper and told him he's not competing with "lil boys". Emtee who is now an owner of Emtee Records replied:
"I asked a simple question. WHO MAKE BETTER HOOKS THAN ME? Never said I’m better than anybody or compared myself to anybody. Y'all lil boys carry on competing. I’m making music and raising my kids."
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