‘SETE’: Moonchild Sanelly Rejected by K.O and Young Stunna to Remix Song, Mzansi Pleased: “Thank God”

‘SETE’: Moonchild Sanelly Rejected by K.O and Young Stunna to Remix Song, Mzansi Pleased: “Thank God”

  • Sanelisiwe Twisha professionally known as Moonchild Sanelly, like many people, can't get enough of SETE
  • She said she wants to be on the song's remix on social media and got a lukewarm reception from K.O and Young Stunna
  • Mzansi expressed their relief online after the song's hitmakers rejected her offer to remix the song with her

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Moonchild Sanelly rejected by K.O and Young Stunna
K.O and Young Stunna say Moonchild will not be on the 'SETE' remix. Image: @moonchildsannely and @mrcashtime
Source: Instagram

There's no denying that SETE by K.O featuring Young Stunna and Blxckie is one of the best songs ever released in the country, and it has music accolades to prove that.

The single has broken several radio records and continues to dominate music streaming platforms and has over 23 views on YouTube.

One star who wants a taste of the song's success is Moonchild Sanelly and on Saturday she tagged K.O on Twitter and said she wants to be on the remix.

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"Now I wanna be on the SETE remix because I was touring being tagged on the song I landed and loved. @MrCashtime because the lyrics they wrote aren’t what I’d say actually."

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K.O replied to Moochild's tweet and said she was free to remix the song like many other artists, but his tone suggested that she can count him out.

"Haha ey people are making their own versions all over, you’re welcome to give it a go as well."

According to fans who chimed in on the conversation, Young Stunna allegedly blatantly refused to have Moonchild on the track saying she would have ruined the song, reported ZAlebs. A screenshot with his response was shared in the Twitter thread

Yonela Mtsora said:

"Idinga uBusiswa that song if remixed."

Rosy Khonkhobe wrote:

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"I don't think the rejection is from a malicious place because we all know how particular K.O. is and if something is not for him, he will voice it out respectfully so."

Unclè Mandla mentioned:

"She wants to say; "yebo" until the end of the track."

Rudeness.k added:

"Sete is boring though, no remix needed."

Thandi Mazibuko

"She was going to ruin the song."

Alvin Matlou

"Thank God!"

Thabo Phiri

"She was bound to be rejected, women don't like each other.‍♂️"

K.O’s ‘SETE’ continues to break records, spends 18 consecutive weeks in top position: “numbers don’t lie”

In a related story, Briefly News reported that K.O's hit SETE continues to dominate radio airplay. The rapper's single featuring Young Stunna and Blxckie has been breaking Mzansi music records since its release late in 2022.

ZAlebs reports that the song has extended its record-longest stay on top of the charts across all Mzansi radio stations.

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Hilary Sekgota (Head of Desk for Evening and Weekend content) Hilary Sekgota is the Head of Desk for Evening and Weekend content at Briefly News. She completed a BA in Communication Science from Unisa in 2018 and a Diploma in Journalism from Varsity College in 2010. She also passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative. Hilary joined the Briefly News team in 2022 and started her journalism career at Tshwane Sun. She has 12 years of experience covering current affairs and human interest topics. Email: hilary.sekgota@briefly.co.za

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