Three days ago, the kwaito star posted on his Instagram page stating that the game, in reference to the music industry was boring and that he wanted someone to provoke him. Exit also said that they must retire and give them a chance to thrive too.
It turned out that his post was indirectly meant for Gazza and King Tee Dee who also took to their pages saying that they don’t have time to entertain people whom they have helped get where they are.
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Exit still not satisfied with the responses then made it clear that he was calling them out and that things needed to be settled once and for all for the sake of the younger generation. On Saturday, the kwaito star released a diss track featuring Kaimbi directed to the two artists. Exit who is multi-genre on the reggae-infused beat says that his rap game is equal to that of 2 Pac and Biggy and that he is giving them 29 days to retire and Eminem is back in a black skin. He further raps that the nation wants him to speak about Gazza and how 467 (Gazza’s tagline) stole your songs.
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“And then he is here saying he is the f*cking G though, that ni**a didn’t pay my mother f*cken fee though,” raps Exit.
The song that is available on YouTube so far has over 2000 views has been the chat on social media with people having different opinions to it. Whilst a few agreed that Exit is more talented than King Tee Dee and Gazza, they believe that he could have been at both their levels if he had the same work ethics and that he has no one to blame but himself for being left behind.
Others believe that the beef Exit is trying to create is unnecessary but the diss track great.
Both Gazza and King Tee Dee are yet to officially respond to the diss track however, King Tee Dee shared a post from Gazza’s fan page which read
"The reason why we have been on top for so many years is because we don’t see any competition. Give us a reason to retire and we will retire,”.
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Main image credit: Exit/Instagram