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What Big Xhosa Said About SA’s Biggest Rappers In His Diss Track And Why He Left AKA Out Of It!

What Big Xhosa Said About SA’s Biggest Rappers In His Diss Track And Why He Left AKA Out Of It! Thanks to social media, aspiring artists don’t struggle to get potential fans’ attention and for upcoming rappers, beefing with some of the biggest names in the genre does the job even quicker.

An upcoming rapper by the name of Big Xhosa recently trended after releasing a diss track called ‘Ninyile’ targeting some of the biggest names in SA Hip Hop. In the diss track, he goes after the likes of Cassper, Nasty C, Stogie T, A-Reece, Kwesta and Shane Eagle. Check out what he said about each rapper below.

“Cassper Nyovest itshebe engathi ibhokwe”

“Nasty C, ukhumsha into engapheliyo”

“A Reece, yizapha baby girl”

“yerrr, Kwesta, khawu nyusiVoice. Ubhesa ngathi nguRick Ross…qha obhityileyo”

“Shane Eagle, you are not J Cole, let it be known”

“Stogie T, isisu ngathi umith’ isel'”

“Costa Titch, ucul’ ingathi Popie Huis”

After the track went viral, Cassper put out a tweet saying, “Get your clout, we ouchea building wealth.” He later denied that he was responding to Big Xhosa but it was too late as Big Xhosa dedicated another video just to Cassper.

Explaining why left out AKA in his viral diss track, Big Xhosa said, “By the way, why I did not mention Supa Mega. It’s because he is going through what he is going through right now. And I’m not good with words, but I respect him. I respect him so much and I thought of giving him some space and leaving him alone. But also, he’s one of the people I look up to, he’s the one that actually got me into rapping.”

On speculations that Nota is behind the rising rapper’s aim at other SA rappers, Big Xhosa tweeted saying, “No need to explain this but I see comments here saying Nota is behind all I’m doing…Lol I only met bro yesterday and he actually a cool guy. Whatever I did/do is/will be my decisions. I’ll chill with whoever I wanna chill with don’t care if he hated or not..Andinoyiki.”

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