- Musical artist Eemoh has responded to the hilarious claims that were made about his gender
- In the short video that was shared on Twitter, the Ithuba hitmaker is heard clarifying and confirming that he is a guy and not a girl
- He also mentioned that a lot of girls were convinced that he's lesbian and even said that he would get asked out by taxi drivers at the rank
Bathong, Eeemoh finds himself putting out the fire of hilarious rumours about his gender.
Eemoh responds to claims of him being a girl
The up-and-coming amapiano vocalist and Sgudi Snyc hitmaker Eemoh recently poured cold water on claims of being lesbian and a girl during an interview.
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"A lot of girls have been saying that I am lesbian, but you know what? I'm a guy, so beware. Beside them, also at a taxi rank in Johannesburg, some taxi driver checked me out and said to me, 'hey, mama,' and I was shocked. I even asked myself if he was talking to me. But yeah, guys, I'm a guy."
The news page captioned their post:
"Eemoh says he is not a female as people think he is a female, including taxi drivers."
See the post below:
Netizens are still in disbelief that he is a guy
Even after he rubbished the claims of him being a girl, Many social media users still think he is lesbian:
"Hao, kanti, he's not a girl."
"I honestly thought he was a woman."
"I thought he was a lesbian."
" I thought he was a she. At first, I had to google his name, and I found out that he's a He."
"He must grow a beard and a moustache to avoid the confusion."
"I actually thought he's a lesbian yazi...Great vocals, btw."
"Shem, maybe if he grew some facial hair, nyana."
"D*mn. I thought the same thing."
SA goes wild over Korean peeps dancing to amapiano
Briefly News previously reported that a South African man was in Korea and heard amapiano playing in the streets, so he strolled over, took a video and then grooved with the locals to his local music.
Amapiano is a proudly Mzansi genre that has boomed. It is played in practically every country worldwide, and people just love it.
Source: Briefly News