Emtee Shares How Much Ambitiouz Entertainment Paid Him Monthly

Emtee Shares How Much Ambitiouz Entertainment Paid Him Monthly

- Emtee has revealed how much Ambitiouz Entertainment paid him when he was still their artist

- Emtee shared that he was allegedly paid under R20 000 monthly regardless of how many gigs he did a month

- The talented Roll Up hitmaker was a guest on the latest episode of Podcast and Chill with MacG recently

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Emtee has opened up about how much his former record label, Ambitiouz Entertainment, used to pay him per month.

The Roll Up hitmaker revealed this during his interview with MacG. The star was a guest on the latest episode of Podcast and Chill with MacG recently.

The rapper had some of the biggest songs in Mzansi when he was still with the controversial record label. Under Ambitiouz, Emtee dropped hits such as Roll Up and Pearl Thusi.

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The star said he was getting paid a monthly salary instead of also being compensated for his gigs, according to SAHipHopMag.

The star shared that he did six shows in one night but had to wait for his monthly salary.

"So, I'm like no man, here I'm working, I'm working too much and still have to wait till month end."

Emtee revealed that he allegedly earned under R20 000 per month. He claimed that Ambitiouz never disclosed to him how much they charged promoters per gig.

Emtee Shares How Much Ambitiouz Entertainment Paid Him Monthly
Emtee has shared how much Ambitiouz Entertainment paid him monthly. Image: @emteerecords
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In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that 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:

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"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.

@UMazinyani wrote:

"He's a clout chaser. I liked his music but now I'm avoiding any songs from him."

@taydo_i said:

"Whoever handles @Ambitiouz_Ent Twitter must be a battle rapper, the shots they fire all the time are sick."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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