- Emtee is tired of people trying to down him, especially on social media, since he dropped his rates for features
- After a social media user accused him of being broke, Emtee made it clear that this is not the case
- Emtee claims that his fee has been reduced as a means of helping others be able to afford his services
Mzansi rapper Emtee lashed out at a social media user who accused him of being broke when all he was doing is trying to help others out... or so he says. Emtee is tired of people challenging him.
Emtee has had his fair share of ups and downs but he has grown from them and has a lot to show for himself. The industry is tough at the moment and Emtee is just doing what he can to survive and help others keep afloat too.
A social media user asked Emtee if he lowered his features fee because he was battling financially and Emtee made it clear that that is not the case at all.
“Are you hungry when you going half the price?”
“Nah. You are so I’m lowering the price for you so you can afford to have me on a song.”
Briefly News previously reported 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.
It was also reported that South African rapper Emtee has come forward to speak about the headspace he was in when crafting his album titled Logan. It takes a lot to put your raw emotions into an album for the world to hear.
The album has done the thing and Emtee is extremely grateful for all the support he has received. At the launch, he was interviewed by ZkhiphaniTV Magazine, where he revealed the emotion that went into making the album.
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