Emtee Sends Warning to Big Xhosa Following Young Rapper's Diss Track

Emtee Sends Warning to Big Xhosa Following Young Rapper's Diss Track

- Emtee has warned Big Xhosa to stop writing negative songs about South African rappers

- Big Xhosa trended on social media a few days ago after he dropped a track dissing rich and famous Mzansi rappers

- Emtee urged the up-and-coming rapper to respect South African hip-hop because it's their bread and butter

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Emtee has issued a stern warning to up-and-coming rapper Big Xhosa. The Roll Up hitmaker was responding to the young rapper's recent diss track aimed at Mzansi rappers besides AKA and Big Zulu.

Emtee took to Instagram Live recently and insinuated that Big Xhosa was mentally disturbed after he dropped the diss track.

Emtee Sends Warning to Big Xhosa Following Young Rapper's Diss Track
Emtee sent a warning to Big Xhosa following the young rapper's diss track. Image: @emteerecords, @sos_rsa
Source: Instagram

Big Xhosa took to Twitter on Sunday, 9 May to share his thoughts on Emtee's reaction to the diss track. Big Xhosa tried to be nice to Emtee, saying that the Hustla's music got him through "some worst times". Xhosa tweeted:

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"Jonga Emtee @emteerecords I heard what you said about me on that live, calling me a mentally disturbed person... I wanted to tell you something disrespectful back but remembered that your music has gotten me through some worst times in my life. I only got love and respect for you."

Emtee, who is known for not mincing his words, was not having it. According to ZAlebs, he first swore at the aspiring rapper and then told him to respect Mzansi hip-hop. Big Xhosa then said it was "just a game" which rubbed Emtee the wrong way. He responded:

"Game yamas**ba. Zizama ukondla abantwana bethu niyas’nyela (A sh*tty game. We are trying to feed our kids but y'all are disrespecting us). RESPECT SOUTH AFRICAN HIP HOP. Ungazonya la and call it a game. This is our bread and butter. Niyanya nonke nje awekho wonke lamasimba eniwenzayo. Khulani bafana. Yekani ukunya (All of you are just sh*tting around. The sh*t you guys are doing is not on, grow up) Wena Big Xhosa. Let that be the last."

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Tweeps shared mixed reactions to Big Xhosa's response to Emtee's reaction to the diss track. Check out some of their comments below:

@donda_sonwabo commented:

"Emtee must chill, he first came out with a banger dissing everyone too."

@itsmytimecurtis wrote:

"You don’t make a song dissing someone you claim you respect and love."

@CozminoNtsomi said:

"I love how you respect OGs... I thought you were mentally disturbed too at first but ke uyi best rapper alive."

@BenedictMamaila commented:

"I'm still hurt by what you said about Stogie T on your diss."

@Pheello123 said:

"Where is Emtee? He must come here and see that no matter what you got love for him and his music, as such he better step up and return the favour. Big up to you for recognising his talent, I'm also a big fan of Emtee."

@FPLMgiliji added:

"There are people that took that 'diss' seriously?"

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In related news, Briefly News reported that an upcoming Mzansi rapper dropped a new track dissing all famous Mzansi rappers except AKA. Big Xhosa took shots at Nasty C, Cassper Nyovest, A-Reece, Stogie T, Kwesta and many others. Big Xhosa trended on social media at the weekend after his video went viral.

The rapper sampled 2 Pac in his impromptu track titled Ninyile. He dissed Mufasa for his goat-like beard, slammed Nasty C for always rapping in English and called A-Reece baby girl. He also said he's not scared of all the rappers except Big Zulu.

Big Xhosa had lunch with music executive Nota Baloyi after trending on Twitter. A fan asked Nota to ask Big Xhosa why he did not go after AKA. In the clip posted by Nota, Big Xhosa explained that he didn't diss Supa Mega because he is still mourning the untimely death of Nelli Tembe.

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