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Boity Becomes The First SA Female Rapper To Attain Both Gold & Platinum Plaque

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Boity Becomes The First SA Female Rapper To Attain Both Gold & Platinum Plaque. It may have taken a while for Boity to introduce her rapping talent to the world but when she did she made sure to win big with every move.

The 30 year-old star first attained her gold plaque from a hit release Wuz Dat feat. Nasty C. She was later featured on Yanga Chief’s uTatakho remix alongside Riky Rick & De Koala. The remix didn’t only gain a total of million views on YouTube but it earned the rappers a shiny golden Plaque, making it Boity’s second in just three years of her career.

“Received my plaque for “Utatakho Remix” yesterday. I can’t believe I now have 2 plaques, bruh! Lol! This journey has been wild!” She wrote.

Being as driven as she is Bakae rapper told her fans a few days back that she is willing to do it all as long she’s able.

“I want to retire knowing I tried it all. Confidently settling knowing that I tapped into all my hearts desires. Whether I failed or succeeded in them,” she cited another inspirational move to young black women.

 

Aphelele Peyana

Aphelele Peyana is a seasoned journalist at SA Hip Hop Mag. You can contact her on sahiphopmag@nine80.com

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