VIDEO: The reason why Big Zulu didn’t attack A-Reece on his 150 Bars diss track

VIDEO: The reason why Big Zulu didn’t attack A-Reece on his 150 Bars diss track

VIDEO: The reason why Big Zulu didn’t attack A-Reece on his 150 Bars diss track

Mzansi star and businessman, Big Zulu shook the Hip Hop industry when he released a heated diss track, titled 150 Bars, aimed at several Hip Hop artists. Though a few responded, some feel some type of way about it. Fans noticed that he did not take shots at some rappers including Reason and A-Reece, but he has given reasons why he did not diss A-Reece.

“I noticed that a lot of people questioned why did I not include A-Reece in the track,” he started out. He hesitantly went on to add that he does not really know A-Reece that well to speak about him. He said the people he included in the diss track were people he knew some things about and so he spoke about things that are known and true.

“Maybe I need to release 200 [bars]. Some people I do not know very well. The things I said on 150 bars are things that are real and happening. So I won’t just lie about a person. To be honest, I do not really know A-Reece that well, yes I see that he trends on social media but I do not know him.

“I’m not saying what he does is not right and I do not really know English that well, I cannot rap in English. Plus I last heard his songs on the radio during his time with the record label that exploits people,” he said taking shots at Ambitiouz Entertainment once again.

In 150 Bars, Big Zulu dissed Cassper Nyovest, Nasty C, Slik Talk, and Stogie T’s career, K.O, and others who think they are untouchable in the industry. The message was pretty clear, he is not scared of them all.

Dissing Emtee and Stogie T, he said this about his Mercedes-Benz tattoo on his neck “Ungangitsheli ngo Stogie T, I Mercedez Ise ntanyeni kodwa ama garage a Emtee” (Don’t tell about Stogie T, the Mercedez is on his neck but the garages are Emtee.”

“Who is Stogie T and what has he done that all of us have heard about.” Comin for Ambitiouz Entertainment he said, “I am ambitious and hungry I am exploiting artists.”

AKA and K.O were not immune to his disses, as he said, “AKA and K.O the last time I heard you guys were running Jozi where are y’all running because the Comrade marathon is over,” he said.

Speaking about Cassper, he called him a little boy, “Angiqale ngawe ngob ngathu uyaspida, usasemnance Mufasa kimi awuhlukile no Simba (Let me start with you because you are too forward, you are too young and to me, you are like Simba,” he says.

Few artists responded to Big Zulu. K.O responded back with his own Diss Track and Duncan took shots at him on social media.

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