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By Citizen Reporter


I’m happier ‘than ever’ at Ambitiouz, says Emtee

The Roll Up hit maker has denied claims the record label bought him a house to convince him to stay.

Following B3nchmarq, A Reece and Fifi Cooper’s departure from record label Ambitiouz on Friday, Twitter has been dragging rapper Emtee, accusing him of betraying his fellow artists for not following suit.

Even B3nchmarq tweeted Emtee, expressing his disappointment at him for putting “your soul on auction like this”.

Emtee has, however, hit back at his critics, saying his father taught him to finish whatever he started, and laying down a marker that he was not going anywhere.

“My parents are proud of me. Avery [his daughter] will know how to swim in a few days, @african_trap [his record label] is a functioning company. They mad,” he responded to his critics.

In fact, Emtee says the record label will continue to be successful as long as he’s still part of it.

The record label has been accused of buying Emtee a house and car to make him stay on board and thus make other artists seem “ungrateful”.


However, the Roll Up hit maker has dismissed the claims, saying he bought not only himself, but his family and friends, a house.

“Nobody will bother us again,” he said.

On Friday afternoon, A Reece took to Twitter to share with his fans that he was leaving Ambitiouz, without divulging more information on the reasons he was leaving.

“To whom this may concern the most: The fans. I would like to say that I’m no longer a part of @AmbitiouzEnt as of now moving forward,” he wrote.

Also read: Shocker! Top rappers Fifi Cooper, B3nchmarq and A Reece Leave Ambitiouz

Fifi Cooper also took to Instagram to tell her fans she was leaving the stable.

“Yoh listen, note that I am no longer an @ambitiouz_entertainment artist. It’s been good but all good things come to an end. Fifi Nation, still yours the whole time. . . I’ve decided to push Fifi Cooper under fificooper’s Record Label MòCooper Records. I’ve learned I’m ready and it’s TIME!!!!”

Since then, in a series of tweets, the label has criticised B3nchmarq, saying he had been a “financial loss” after many failed attempts to push his music.

It further said it would release a statement regarding Fifi Cooper and A Reece. The matter might be taken to the courts, it said.

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