Trouble began between the duo when Montsa alleged in a series of tweets (which are no longer available) that the “Check on You” crooner was owing him R60,000 for services rendered.
This provoked a great conversation on social media, with many wondering if indeed Montsa was owed at all.
Some even wondered out loud why the rapper was living large while owing the stylist. Yet there were those who thought Montsa wasn’t telling the truth.
In any case, the rift between the rapper and the stylist has been closed, and both rapper and stylist are happy to move on and forget the past.
The Family Tree CEO took to Twitter to speak for the first time about the issue. He never denied the debt, so it may be that they have settled.
In the tweet, he informed his fans that Montsa have in fact apologized. His tweet reads:
“Didi sent me a personal message apologising and also apologised in public and we gonna figure it out. It takes a strong character to say, ‘I’m sorry’ and I respect that. Especially cause he apologised in public after whiling out in public. Love wins. God bless all”
Montsa himself publicly acknowledged all was now well between them. He even referred to the Ciroc ambassador as a brother.
“Thank you God for showing me your ways. Cassper, broer, I love you bro! I just wanna wish you nothing but the best. And I’m sorry for reacting the way I reacted. I just wanna move on with my life and touch peoples’ lives in the name of Jesus!”
This is a piece of good news for South Africa’s hip hop circuit and especially for the rapper who is in the middle of a collaboration with Nigerian-American superstar Wale. It sullies the reputation of a superstar to be acknowledged a debtor in public.