Big Xhosa reveals the promoters that owe him R35,000.
Big Xhosa, a rapper from Mzansi, has used Instagram to call out promoters who owe him about R35 000. The rapper claimed that some music promoters owe him about R35 000 in his Instagram stories.
According to Big Xhosa, some promoters who had previous business with him from last year still owe him money.
“It’s about R35K I’m owed collectively by companies I did business with and also 2 promoters owe me. Some owe me dating back to last year. I don’t ever publicly speak on these types things coz I keep this type of stuff privately.” He wrote
The Ninyile chanter went on to claim that he had been advised not to alienate other professionals in the field, but that he had mocked the advice because he now had a family to care for.
“I was also told not to “burn bridges” in the industry. I guess we got to let people run over us just for the sake of keeping industry relationships. Well F*CK INDUSTRY RELATIONSHIPS, I got a family and people to take care of… if you cared about me you would have paid me.”
Big Xhosa indicated that he has been owed money for months and that he is in desperate need of it.
The rapper also threatened to identify and shame those who owe him money if they don’t pay up.
“Imagine me giving you a whole year, some months, some weeks to sort your sh*t out and now when I speak out I’m the bad guy?”
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