South African musician Emtee was caught on camera beating her 7 months pregnant wife on camera. Emtee saw himself trending after a video exposed his dark side when he clashed with is pregnant woman on Valentines day. While waiting for more information relating the abuse possible allagations, many socialites and celebs have responded to the disturbing video.
Mzansi reacts to Emtee’s video beating her pregnant wife
Such a video is a top drawer to many people especially woman. It looked the epitome of gender based violence that is not acceptable in the country. Speaking on Podcast and Chill with MacG, Nota Baloyi advices that Emtee must remain sober and avoid such issues SAYING
“We need that guy to stay sober… We are losing treasures of this country.”
Fans also responded to the issue saying:
Intelligence is underrated in this country that’s why you see guys like him are forever ridiculed
Wish Nota can speak about his narcissistic and abusive ways to his wife.
Emtee records himself fighting with his 7-months pregnant wife on Insta LIVE 📍.
On #podcastandchillwithmacg, NOTA said,
"We need that guy to stay sober… We are losing treasures of this country."
Points were made, gems were dropped.
Kamo Mphela JJ Tabane Nelly Terry Pheto pic.twitter.com/8xVfPcuLRC
— YaseBlock B 🇸🇿 (@ThisIsColbert) March 3, 2023
Emtee’s rise may be in danger
He first gained popularity in 2015 when he released his debut single “Roll Up,” which quickly became a hit and went on to win several awards.
Emtee was born on September 15, 1992, in Matatiele, a small town in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa. He grew up in the poverty-stricken township of Avery in Johannesburg, where he began rapping at the age of nine.
In 2010, Emtee formed the group African Trap Movement (ATM) with his friends. However, the group disbanded shortly after, and Emtee continued to pursue his solo career.
Emtee’s big break came in 2015 when he signed with Ambitiouz Entertainment, a record label based in Johannesburg. That same year, he released his debut single “Roll Up,” which featured fellow South African rapper WizKid. The song quickly became a hit, and it went on to win the Song of the Year award at the 2016 South African Music Awards.
Emtee’s debut album, “Avery,” was released in 2015 and was named after his son. The album was a commercial success, and it was certified platinum by the Recording Industry of South Africa (RiSA).
Since then, Emtee has released several successful albums and has won numerous awards, including four South African Hip Hop Awards and two Metro FM Music Awards. He has also collaborated with several notable South African
Watch Emtee’s video with pregant wife
Why is Emtee hiding the live when his wife is showing what he did to her on Valentines day?!
I love emtee but he’s fumbling now. pic.twitter.com/35iISK5Na6
— m a s h è s h a 💨 (@_mashesha) March 3, 2023