Emtee Takes Swipe at Ambitiouz Entertainment Following Fallout With Intaba YaseDubai: “Y’all Said I Was High”

Emtee Takes Swipe at Ambitiouz Entertainment Following Fallout With Intaba YaseDubai: “Y’all Said I Was High”

  • Emtee has shared his thoughts following the public fallout between his former label, Ambitiouz Entertainment, and Intaba YaseDubai
  • The rapper went head to head with the record label when he accused them of exploiting their artists
  • Taking to social media, the Logan rapper said people took him for granted when he called out Ambitiouz Entertainment

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Emtee has taken a low-key jab at his former record label Ambitiouz Entertainment. The rapper took to his social media page to share his thoughts on the ongoing drama between the record label and one of its artists Inaba YaseDubai.

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Rapper Emtee has called out his former record label Ambitiouz Entertainment after their public drama with Intaba YaseDubai. Image: @emteethehustla
Source: Instagram

Not long ago, the Logan rapper went head to head with his former stable, accusing them of not paying their artists enough money. He wrote:

"I told yall bout those Bozos. Niggas said I was high. Okay, I’m sober now and lives are still being destroyed."

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According to ZAlebs, Emtee's cryptic post comes after another artist Intaba YaseDubai called out the stable over the same allegations. The publication added that the artist claimed he is only getting paid a lousy R3 700 for his contribution to Imali Eningi.

However, TimesLIVES reported that Ambitiouz Entertainment squashed the claims and even brought out receipts showing that Intaba YaseDubai actually got R140K.

Reacting to Emtee's post, peeps slammed Ambitiouz Entertainment, blaming them for taking advantage of desperate artists.

@toked_up said:

"Ambitiouz Entertainment goes for desperate people who are far too hungry to read or understand the contracts. I don't blame anyone who got duped by this label. Even more sad is the fact that it's black-owned."

@J_swegga commented:

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Heavy K claps back after MacG claims the music producer called Black Coffee's Grammy winning album "Pap"

Briefly News previously reported that Heavy K has clapped back after MacG claimed the music producer called Black Coffee's Grammy-winning album "pap". The Podcast and Chill host claimed he met the Subconsciously hitmaker recently and they discussed what Heavy K apparently said about the album.

Taking to social media, Heavy K posted a clip of MacG saying that Heavy said the album was pap when he was a guest on his podcast. Heavy K shared that he won't allow people such as MacG to use his name to "push their narrative".

He also took to Twitter and posted a clip of his interview with MacG. He clearly said that he loves Black Coffee's old sound more than the sound he's pushing now.

Source: Briefly News

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