Many of Emtee's followers have been closely following his self destructive ways, which range from falling on stage during a live performance, to his social media rants about fellow rapper, Cassper Nyovest.
The deeply troubled Roll Up hitmaker once even caught the attention of South African hip hop authority, Siyabonga "Scoop" Makhathini, who cited that the foundation of Emtee's problems emanate from his record label, Ambitiouz Records, and the people who are generally around him.
Some people though Emtee's career would finally change for the better after finally reaching out to an unlikely candidate – Sizwe Dhlomo.
Unfortunately, it seems Sizwe won't be taking the managerial role anytime soon, as he politely declined. However, he still remains a fan of Emtee's work.
Even rap giant, Stogie T chimed in to give Emtee some words of encouragement.
But all is not gloomy in Emtee's world as the much anticipated third installment of his ATM Documentary is dropping in February.
Though troubled, we have come to witness Emtee's strength. Hopefully he will pull through. His talents know no bounds.
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