- Nota Baloyi has responded to Kwesta's claims that he can't access his YouTube channel with his old videos
- Kwesta uploaded his new music video for Fire In The Ghetto in his new page on the video-sharing app
- Nota took to social media and shared that Kwesta never owned the page in the first place and asked the rapper to be honest about it
Nota Baloyi was Kwesta's former manager when the rapper was still on the come-up. The two used to be tight but now their relationship has seemingly gone south.
Nota took to Twitter recently to respond to the the musician's claims that someone else is controlling his old YouTube channel. Kwesta told a fan recently that he can't access the page with over 178 000 subscribers.
Many fans accused Nota of sabotaging the rapper after his surprising response to the follower. Nota joined the convo and shared his two cents on Kwesta's claims. The music executive asked Kwesta to be "honest" about the drama over the page on the video-sharing app. Nota said:
"Africori can’t access Vevo and Urbantainment won’t surrender everything we build for you to exploit without compensating. I can’t pretend that this snide response to a simple question isn’t malicious. Just be honest and say it wasn’t my page to begin with and DaKAR is BNS IP..."
Nota also shared that he doesn't deserve to be "humiliated" by the Ngud' hitmaker after what he has done for him.
"You have more than a million followers on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram thanks to me. A roof over your head and can feed your kids. Don’t thank me now but at least show some gratitude not brat-itude. I wasn’t paid for the blood, sweat and tears it took to build that!"
In related news, Briefly News reported recently that Kwesta claimed 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. @gettello21 commented:
"So grootman, Nota basically signed you under the disguise of you being signed to RapLyf, which was apparently as well not your company."
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