TK The Rapper Shades NAMA Awards Winners

His controversial tweet has landed himself in hot water

By  | Oct 28, 2020, 04:01 PM  | Drama

Namibian rapper TK The Rapper has landed himself in hot water after following his controversial tweet which left many foaming at the mouth.

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This follows after he shaded the Namibian Annual Music Awards winners. In a tweet, the rapper said winning a NAMA is "not a validation of skill and greatness." The tweet has raised quite a few eyebrows and many people have been dragging him on Twitter.

Celebs including Top Cheri replied to his tweet and some felt he was being jealous of the winners. Some tweeps even told him not to delete the tweet because his time will come and he will see whether what he articulated is true or not.

The NAMA's are the country’s premier annual music awards ceremony, recognizing musical excellence across all genres, from traditional to contemporary as well as paying tribute to the various facets of music production including, engineering and video production.

TK The Rapper is not the first artist to shade NAMA winners, just recently Young T hogged the headlines after he fired shots at King Tee Dee, Sunny Boy, KP Illest, Dion from PDK, Exit, Sunny Boy, D Kandjafa.

In a video he posted on Instagram the rapper can be seen rapping and calling King Tee Dee "Queen Tee Dee", "Queen Tee Dee he knows I am a f*cking rider'' he raps in the video.

The rapper also said he cannot be compared to KP Illest, D Kandjafa, Exit, and Sunny Boy and also shaded the NAMAs.

Young T left everyone shooketh to the core when he took to Instagram in 2019, pleading with King Tee Dee to leave him alone after he apparently went to consult and traditional doctors apparently told him that King Tee Dee has been bewitching him.

As soon as he made the allegations fans started praying for him and his post received mixed reactions as fans defended King Tee Dee. Now just recently the rapper apologized to King Tee Dee. In an Instagram post, he captioned his post "I'm sorry Young T WokOngha," but King Tee Dee chose to mize him on social media.

In a screenshot, he shared a conversation they had via SMS's, and he apologized saying he knew what he said would probably have damaged your reputation. King Tee Dee responded by asking him who he was?

Image Cred: The Namibian
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