The controversial Twitter account manager of Ambitious Entertainment has once again striked. This time around, they are throwing a jab at Big Zulu after he released a new diss track titled Hip-Hop Dawg. Their feud dates back to a couple of months ago after Intaba Yase Dubai took to Facebook to reveal that he hasn't receive any royalties from the Imali Eningi smash hit. Join us as we unpack more of the story below and share the latest.
On their latest tweet, they indicated that "You have no hit song of your own". Did they lie? I don't think so. Taking a closer look at his catalogue he has been featuring a lot of artists (which is a good strategy). We can't overlook the fact that his career only picked up now, he has been in the game but his music was not commercially viable.
Reaction on social media
Tweeps have agreed with Ambitious statement as much as it can backfire. It seems like they haven't settled their feud because they are still on each other's neck. Did Intaba Yase Dubai finally receive his money? As it stands they haven't provided an update. The only proof was for bookings (as previously reported). Some have argued that Ambitious must focus on releasing music and giving artists what belongs to them.
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