Ambitious takes a shot at Mabala noise and Universal music.
By 98nation | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 905 views
In a twitter post ambitious posted a status saying as follow '' as ambitious sicela uMr president avulele nama hits wase Mabala noise and Universal music. kudala avalelwe!. which translates to can Mr. president open up hits from mabala noise and universal music its been a while. twitter was buzzing as people were wondering if Mabala noise or universal music are going to hit back. we all know that its not the 1st time AE(ambitious entertainment) drags mabala noise into a twar. last time ambitious shot a shot at Mabala stating that '' how can they have the audacity to call themselves Mabala noise but dont make a noise at all'' and Mabala responded by saying ''even after years of presumed consistency they still consider themselves Ambitious''. the beef between the two major labels was at rest until ambitious decided to attack Mabala noise and universal music we all wondering if both labels are going to respond or let it slide but we all know definitely Mabala will hit back. below are some of the reactions from tweeter users.
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