Kabza De Small Under Fire For His Tweet

The drama never ends!

By  | Feb 17, 2022, 05:16 PM  | Kabza De Small  | Top of the

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Award-winning Amapiano DJ Kabza De Small left tweeps with unanswered questions after throwing a tantrum on Kaya FM's post. However, he later deleted his tweet.

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But one thing about Twitter is once you press tweet, there is no more turning back. You can delete but, you might be too late just like Kabza De Small.

Kabza was reacting to DJ Stokie's interview with Kaya FM. He tweeted that DJ Stokie is ungrateful adding that he helped him with his first album and gave him hits.

What surprised fans is that DJ Stokie did not say anything bad about Kabza during the interview. He opened up about how Kabza assisted him when he was putting together his album.

Tweeps have since called Kabza out for overreacting. @shadwolie wrote, "Kabza has listening problems.  Dj Stokie praised Kabza a lot and even said he learned producing Amapiano from Kabza. He even said Kabza and Phori helped with the album. Kabza wa hlanya yana."

@kwena_Mokgopa: "Probably because he hadn’t listened to the interview and heard from people. DJ Stokie gave Kabza his flowers the interview. Anything related to Kabelo, he praised."

Meanwhile, DJ Stokie also opened up about the trials and tribulations of his musical journey. He said he has been in the industry for 15 years and he has worked hard to be where he is today. Stokie also spoke about how music changed his life.

The DJ recently built a mansion which he previously revealed it is for his business.

“This is going to be my business house; it is going to be a student accommodation for the varsity students who attend the University of Johannesburg. It took me eight months to build and complete everything. I invited people from my hood because it makes sense to celebrate with people who know your journey, and they have supported me since my first gig and they have been consistent ever since. I want to show my appreciation because they made me their superhero ever since,” he told Drum.

He also told the publication that he plans to invest more in property going forward.

"I want to have five or more properties and have several holiday houses and she sees that and reminds me of the bigger picture. Property is a good investment, and investment is crucial because it is not only for you, but everyone around. Also, having a team that doesn’t solely focus on me making music but seeks other opportunities that will enrich me in the future,” he said.

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