Emtee wants to leave SA. Image via Instagram @emteethehustla

‘People laugh at you’: Emtee tired of disrespect, wants to leave SA

‘You go thru a rough patch, people laugh at you,’ wrote Emtee after he was accused of getting booted off the stage for Shebeshxt.


Emtee wants to leave SA. Image via Instagram @emteethehustla

South African rapper Emtee appears to be fed up withSouth Africans and the amount of “disrespect” he gets daily. The star was recently accused of getting booted off the stage by Shebeshxt fans and this seems to have really upset him. He has since taken to his busy X page to share that he wants to move out of the country.

In the comment section, his fans begged him to stay while others encouraged him to look for greener pastures abroad.

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Emtee threatens to leave SA, says he’s sick of the disrespect

Earlier this week, the South African reported how a video which was shared online shows how the crowd reacted to Limpopo rapper Shebeshxt coming on stage after a performance by one of the country’s most popular rappers, Emtee.

Many are now saying that he was booted off the stage by the crowd who clearly love Shebeshxt.

Emtee wants to leave SA. Images via Instagram @emteethehustla

This appears to have truly upset the Roll Up hitmaker who is now saying that he wants to leave South Africa.

Heading online, he said that he was tired of getting disrespected. He also said that he was getting death threats and being laughed at.

“I wanna move out of South Africa. I’ma represent 🇿🇦 till the death but hayi seng’deleleke kakhulu la.

“Death threats everyday, you go thru a rough patch people laugh at you. The broke and arrogant one at that. Live somewhere far where niggas won’t even come close.

Take a look below:

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SA weighs in

In the comment section, many shared their thoughts with the rapper:

“Botswana is the place to be..not far from SA..you will simply cross the border to SA for gigs and come back. Friendly country,” one person wrote while another said:

“Emtee my dawg don’t listen to these loosers there’s a lot of us esigcwala wena…sithembe wena like your name says ‘Mthembeni’.”

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