- Makwa has broken his silence on the Rap Lyf situation and said that DJ Maphorisa is an opportunist
- The former Rap Lyf producer says that Maphorisa is just sour because he wasn't included in some songs
- DJ Maphorisa says that Makwa and Kwesta haven't given him proper credit for making the hit song Ngud'
Rap Lyf records has been trending on social media and former producer of the label, Makwa, is addressing all the claims made online.
Makwa started off by saying that DJ Maphorisa is an opportunist - this was after Maphorisa said that Kwesta didn't credit him properly for the making of his hit song, Ngud'. He is also speaking up about the making of Spirit too.
"Obviously you know Maphorisa, he is a serious opportunist. We clashed at some point over why we didn’t involve him on the track Spirit,” said Makwa.
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Makwa also claimed that Mayibabo was not produced by Maphorisa, the producer says that he made the beat of the song in his grandmother's back room.
In an Instagram Live video, DJ Maphorisa slammed Nota Baloyi, Kwesta and Leeroy for not compensating him properly for the biggest song he's made to date.
"When Ngud' came out – I produced it. There is only one problem, when someone does something nice in your life, you have to appreciate it. After the track, Kwesta was Kwesta, but after Ngud', things changed," said Phori.
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Maphorisa called Kwesta out for not paying him for Ngud'. Kwesta has been under fire from a few people in the entertainment industry in recent days. The latest celeb to call him out is DJ Maphorisa.
Taking to Instagram Live, Phori revealed that he produced Kwesta’s hit song Ngud'. The song went on to become one of the most popular rap songs in the country, however Phori did not receive a 'thank you cheque'.
Maphorisa expressed that he felt like Kwesta should have given him something to say thank you for the project, even a cash amount of R20 000. Social media users have shared their thoughts about Phori’s revelations.
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