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Emtee hospitalised after being involved in an accident

It has been a hard couple of days, maybe even months for the Mzansi rapper Emtee. Earlier this year, Emtee spoke out on socials about all the things that aren’t right behind the scenes at his label, Ambitiouz Entertainment.

The subtweets to his record label, fueled his fans with so much emotion that the #FreeEmtee took to the trending pages. After that, it seemed like Emtee was on his way to a downward spiral from the stress that this battle.

As if there isn’t already a lot on his plate, Emtee has reportedly crashed two of his expensive luxury cars – a Mercedes-Benz GLE 4×4 and an AMG – in less than two weeks. That’s millions just totalled!

The rapper spent time in hospital after he was involved in two accidents which left his two luxury cars damaged. But it was his refusal to report the matters to the police which have gotten him into some hot water.

According to Sunday World, Ambitiouz Entertainment had to come to his aid. Sunday World had seen a statement that alleged that Emtee was driving a Mercedes -Benz GLE 4×4 with two unknown people in the car when he allegedly crashed it into a street pole in January.

This was supposedly the same car, Emtee claimed had been repossessed. But the Ambitouz Team are ready to clear their name and relaid a very different narrative to the Sunday World.

The record label did not repossess the Mercedes-Benz as alleged. The car was towed to an approved panel beater in Sandton, who gave us a quote of R706 787. The label further assisted in him [Emtee] being admitted and contributed towards his medical bill. As a result he requested the label to repair the car, the cost of which he has signed an acknowledgement of debt [to pay].

2 weeks later, it was alleged that Emtee got himself into another accident- this time with his other car. The Mercedes-Benz, A45 AMG.


It looks like the team at Ambitiouz Entertainment and Emtee are battling it out between themselves. A lot of “he said, she said” has been published to the public and it’s all getting a little bit hazy for us to make clear. Can you keep up?


Source: ZAlebs