Why Emtee Is Challenging Ambitiouz Entertainment Boss To A Fist Fight

Why Emtee Is Challenging Ambitiouz Entertainment Boss To A Fist Fight. Rapper Emtee has always expressed his great resentment towards Ambitiouz Entertainment boss Kgosi Mahumapelo. Now he has proposed the best way to deal with him.

The Manando rapper stated he felt exploited by the label that still refuses to give him back his award trophies.

It now seems that the enmity that developed between AE & the hustla may lead to fist fights. We were expecting a boxing match between AKA & Cassper which was postponed. But seeing how celebrities are challenging each other to physical fights than twars – the SA entertainment industry may have a new exciting culture of resolving conflict. We saw it too with Sizwe Dhlomo & Vusi Thembekwayo.

Emtee on the other hand made it clear that he’s tired of social media squabbles and prefers to go man-o-man-o with those against him. To prove his word he challenged Kgosi to a match, feeling that’s the only way he can make a solid statement of his resentment towards him.

“Right now everyone thinks of me as a drug addict and it’s because of his company. I left the company and now suddenly I’m a drug addict? I’d like to think of myself as a gospel rapper because I motivate youngsters, but all of a sudden I’m a drug addict.

“This is all his work because I finally saw the light and left the label. My name has been dragged through the mud and I’m tired. I’m challenging him to a match and the winner will get the money, trophy and a public apology” he told DailySun.

The Roll Up rapper also claimed that Kgosi had bad mouthed him to his friends Sjava and Saudi, allegedly tried to cause conflict between them.

No date has been set of the fight yet.

Aphelele Peyana

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