- A-Reece has slammed an events promoter after he was pulled off the line-up of a sold-out show in Jozi recently
- A-Reece was supposed to perform along Emtee at Mint on 23 April but the events organiser told fans a day before the show that the rapper wasn't coming
- The Zimbali hitmaker said he was removed from the gig because the club could not meet all his performance requirements
A-Reece took to social media to clap back at an events promoter after he was pulled off the line-up of a recent gig in Johannesburg.
The rapper was expected to perform at Mint on 23 April but that didn't happen as he was removed from the event's line-up at the eleventh hour.
Event promoter 'Chama is Shama took to his Instagram Stories a day before the event and shared that the Zimbali hitmaker had been pulled off the show because of his management team.
SAHipHopMag reported that Chama is Shama said the musician was removed from the sold-out show because of "poor management from his team".
A-Reece was expected to share the stage with Emtee but that didn't happen after the alleged drama between his team and the club's management. A-Reece slammed 'Chama is Shama for being a hypocrite.
The star also took to Instagram Stories to share his side of the story. A-Reece expressed that he was removed because the club's management could not meet all his requirements for his performance, according to SAHipHopMag. He said:
"No. I'm removed because their team couldn't meet the requirements. All that extra stuff is bs."
The artist also slammed 'Chama is Shama' and the club management for posting a flyer with his picture and name before they confirmed anything with his management team.
In related news, Briefly News reported recently that A-Reece trended again on social media after dropping his highly-anticipated mixtape titled Today's Tragedy, Tomorrow's Memory: The Mixtape. The 13-track project features the likes of Wordz, Jay Jody, Belo Salo, Stogie T and Ayanda Jiya.
The star's loyal fans took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the mixtape and to talk about their favourite songs in the project. The hashtag #TTTM trended high on the micro-blogging platform when the rapper dropped the project on Friday morning, 26 March. Check out some of the comments from the talented rapper's stans below:
"What!!! Was J Cole and Kendrick ghostwriting for Reece."
"I'm done comparing A-Reece to African rappers."
"It's amazing how A-Reece is trending without a campaign, the man's energy and influence is too much."
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