Lavida Nota has become rather unpopular in the local hip hop industry for his forward opinions, and his latest interview may have put him in a more unfavorable position with some of the local rappers, which also resulting in him trending once again on twitter.
In part 2 of his interview with Mac G, Nota took several digs at a number of rappers which include how AKA overshadowed K.O on his song, “Run Jozi.” He continued to shade the Cashtime rapper stating that despite the hype around him, he’s just an average rapper and the SupaMega has more depth and meaning to his lyrics.
Shane Eagle also came to topic with Nota labeling him a “wanna be J. Cole,” without the consciousness or cultural rooting that the “Dreamville” rapper has.
Nota shared that he strongly thinks that Shane Eagle should bow out of the game because he lacks the impact and support of the colored community of which YoungstaCPT seems to have received, claiming that Shane’s television presenting days on VUZU might still be doing the heavy lifting for his career and could be why he’s still relevant.
The producer and former manager left no stone unturned also dragging Nyovest into the conversation, mentioning how he produced Kwesta’s “Ngudu” featuring Cassper Nyovest which successfully sold over one million copies, mentioning that he is responsible for the magic that the record is, further shading Mufasa in saying that he was the one who fought for him to hop on the track.
“No one else wanted him on that song but me” Nota said.
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The hip hop community has since reacted to Nota’s interview which seems to have received a mixed bag of reactions however, Shane Eagle was not at all impressed and attempted to reciprocate the shade back to Nota by asking who he is.
“Ay who dis Nig b? i like him he ironi” he wrote.
The masses flooded the rapper’s TL by pointing out that even though Nota is not the most favored person in the hip hop game, he still speaks 100% facts.
Ay who dis Nig b? 😂 😂 i like him he ironic pic.twitter.com/CNynWsVkiM
— Eagle (@Shane_Eagle) September 26, 2020
By Sinakho Mandla