- Multi-platinum selling rapper Kwesta told a fan recently that he is being sabotaged
- The musician claimed he is being kept out of his old YouTube channel with over 178 000 subscribers
- Kwesta had to upload his new music video for Fire In The Ghetto in his new YouTube account
Kwesta believes that someone is trying to sabotage him. The rapper claims that someone else is controlling his old YouTube channel.
A fan asked the Ngud' hitmaker about the old page recently after he uploaded his new video for Fire In The Ghetto in his new YouTube channel.
The star's old account had over 178 000 subscribers. Kwesta told the curious fan that he is being kept out of the page intentionally. He urged the Twitter follower to subscribe to the new channel. The musician replied:
"I'm being kept out of it intentionally. Kodwa sizoncenga ncenga kuze kulunge (but we will keep pushing). Please subscribe."
The star's other fans shared mixed reactions to Kwesta's response. Check out some of the comments below:
"Kant you don't own it King?"
"I thought you were Independent?"
"So grootman, Nota basically signed you under the disguise of you being signed to RapLyf, which was apparently as well not your company."
"You guys do realize that the album is dropping on the 30th of this month and this whole drama is just for promoting the album."
"Is it Nota(Urbantainment) who locked you out? I believe he also owns your masters?"
"They can't stop your greatness you are the choosen one."
"Let me go and subscribe."
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Kwesta took to social media recently to announce that he has dropped a new single Who I Am and to share the official release date for his upcoming album titled g.o.d Guluva.
Who I Am is a second single from the new project the rapper said he will drop on 30 April. The Ngud' hitmaker dropped the first single Fire In The Ghetto featuring Troublle a few weeks ago.
Kwesta took to Instagram and dropped the link to Who I Am and the unique artwork to his new album. He also posted that he recently hosted a listening session to g.o.d Guluva and thanked everyone who pulled through for the event. He shared a snap of himself at the session and captioned it:
"So I had a listening session. Thank you to everyone... I typed up a long a*s caption and I lost it somehow... Anyway #godguluva 30 April."
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