The SupaMega had taken to social media platform to announce the fact that his Beam Group outfit wasn’t working as quite as he had expected and therefore, he was pulling the plugs on the venture as well as severing business ties with partner, Prince Nyembe.
“Unfortunately I also have to announce that Beam Group now no longer represents or manages me in ANY capacity. While I remain the owner of the company, I’m actually in the process of shutting it down.” he Tweeted.
However, before the end of the day, the “Touch My Blood” mastermind was already Tweeting about the need to work on his own autobiography as well as finding someone to work on it with.
“Man, I think I need to write a book about my journey so far in this industry and all the crazy shit that’s happened to me and explain everything in my own words … wouldn’t that be awesome.
Matter fact, I think it’s time … I need to find someone to work with me on an autobiography …” he wrote.
This is why many fans believe Mufasa might indeed by throwing jabs at his long-time foe when he took to the same social media platform to share a word of advice as well as his two cents.
“Don’t try too many things at the same time. It minimizes your potential and makes it harder to apply yourself. 1 thing at a time papito.” the Family Tree Records’ Boss Tweeted.
As you can imagine, the CIAs and FBIs were quick to get to work and it took less than a second for them to piece evidence together and then conclude the Tweet was a subtle jab at AKA.
In other news, as Cassper Nyovest prepares for the final 58 days of his highly-anticipated Fill Up Moses Mabhida concert, he is also expected to drop a new single this Friday to be titled “Hase Mo States.”
The upcoming joint continues his return to his Kasi roots as he ramps up the buzz towards the eventual premiere of his “Gets Getsa 2.0” album.