- Big Zulu took to social media to slam Nota Baloyi for talking about his relationship with Rap Lyf records
- Nota openly said that Big Zulu might come to regret his relationship with Rap Lyf in the future should he continue
- Big Zulu was not having it and told Nota not to include him and Nkabi Records in his personal agendas
Mzansi rapper Big Zulu has hit back at the opinionated Nota Baloyi for his comments about Rap Lyf. Nota thinks that Big Zulu shouldn't be mixing with Rap Lyf studios too much because it might come back to bite him the behind.
"@BigZulu_ZN better watch his back, front and his side because he’s out there riding in the Rap Lyf bus, recording his album at Rap Lyf Studios, he doesn’t know what he’s got himself into."
"I pray he keeps Nkabi Records to himself sadly all his airplay is from PAYOLA, like Rap Lyf," tweeted Nota.
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Big Zulu responded to the tweet and was visibly annoyed. The tweet has now been deleted.
"Ngicela ungafaki igama lam, ungafaki igama le Nkabi Records entweni zenu. Akuyona yonke impi ephelela ephepheni," said Big Zulu.
Nota continued to drag Rap Lyf online and didn't hold back but said he'd help where he could:
"Makwa brought those dudes together then abandoned them for a bag. Now he’s paid in car installments. Not to worry gents, I’ll help where I can. That’s that on that!" said Nota.
Briefly News contacted Nota Baloyi to get a comment on the matter and he said:
"I don't know what you are talking about."
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Kwesta addressed the damning allegations. Kwesta has not caught a break in recent days as Nota, Makwa and Maphorisa have called him out for the way he does business.
Makwa has accused Kwesta of owing him money. Speaking on the Sobering Podcast, Makwa said that he is owed R750k by the rapper. Since the topic trended online, Kwesta took to social media to address the allegations.
Kwesta said that he did indeed work with the aforementioned people, including someone named Leroy.
“I'm guilty of some of these things and so are Nota and Leroy.”
He went on to say:
“Many times Nota came and said funds were being mismanaged and many times, artists/producers complained about how they were represented in split sheets.
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