- Nota Baloyi says that Emtee needs to steer clear from using drugs because it's detrimental to his health
- Nota spoke about how Emtee has damaged expensive cars because of his drug usage and it should stop
- He also reprimanded MacG for encouraging Emtee to keep doing drugs, calling him irresponsible for that
In his latest podcast interview with MacG on Podcast and Chill, Nota Baloyi spoke about what he thinks about Emtee's drug usage. Nota thinks that drugs are dangerous and Emtee should be staying away from using substances.
Nota also took the opportunity to reprimand MacG for telling Emtee to stay on drugs in a previous interview that was uploaded at the beginning of April.
Kwesta's former manager decided to mention this because he was talking about the death of AKA's fiancée, Nelli Tembe.
Nota spoke about how he thinks Nelli was under the influence of drugs at the time that she died and spoke about how he thinks Emtee needs to leave drugs alone.
He also mentioned how he watched MacG's interview with Emtee and he felt that the rapper was speaking too slowly.
"At the end of the day, we need that guy to stay sober because we've seen what has happened to him on drugs. He crashed two Mercedes Benz cars. You can see the effects that the weed and the lean and whatever he's been taking has had on him. You can see it," said Nota.
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Nota thinks AKA's fiancée Nelli Tembe's death was accidental. Nota Baloyi has shared his thoughts on AKA fiancée Nelli Tembe's untimely death.
The opinionated music executive was a guest on Podcast and Chill with MacG recently. Nota, who is Kwesta's former manager, spoke about his visit to Cape Town to see AKA after the incident that shook Mzansi. Nelli died in Cape Town on Sunday morning, 11 April.
There were rumours circulating that she committed suicide but her father, businessman Moses Tembe, disputed them. He denied that the incident had been intentional on her part. Nota also shared that he believes her death was accidental.
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