Zakes Bantwini: "Protect Emtee At All Costs"

He believes Emtee deserves better

By  | Sep 09, 2020, 10:15 AM  | Zakes Bantwini  | Top of The

Musician Zakes Bantwini has called on South Africa to protect rapper Emtee at all costs. Emtee has gone AWOL on social media for some time now however he is still getting the recognition he very much deserves from his fans and music superstar Zakes Bantwini.

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The award-winning muso Zakes Bantwini wants Emtee's livelihood protected because of the talent he holds. The rapper found himself trending on Twitter despite his Twitter account being suspended and he has not been very active on Instagram.

Many could not figure out why the rapper has been trending even though he has disappeared from social media.

Bantwini talked about where his love for music stems from and why he is appreciative of Emtee's music. Commended his humility and good music, Zakes wrote "SA, protect Emtee at all costs! What a respectful, humble young man. On top of that, the music is amazing!" said Bantwini.

He then spoke about where his passion for music lies, "It something I always loved, nasekhaya nje music was a thing. My late mother saw it in me and always pushed that if I love it so much I should study for it, then I did and the rest was history."
Emtee has joined in on the trend, some think was started by Cassper Nyovest and AKA , of settling beefs in the boxing ring. He has followed suit and challenged Ambitiouz Entertainment founder  Kgosi Mahumapelo to a match that would earn the winner a public apology, money and a trophy.

The Manado hitmaker claims that the founder Kgosi Mahumapelo has dragged his name through the mud and ruined his image. The only way to solve their differences is through a boxing match.

"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.

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