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Kwesta breaks down Big Zulu’s diss track





South African Hip Hop is hard at work trying to get the genre back to what it was as another rapper Kwesta responded to Big Zulu’s viral diss track. 

It’s been a week of local rappers chit-chatting and going after each other, with all this “animosity” starting from Big Zulu’s 150 Bars. 

The diss track takes aim at the likes of Cassper Nyovest, AKA, Emtee, Stogie T, Nasty C, K.O, Nota Baloyi, Kwesta and podcaster Silk Talk. 

Hip Hop fans are loving the responses from K.O and now Kwesta. The Ngud hitmaker released Quantham (First Load)’ on Wednesday. 

ALSO READ: ‘Just a moment’ – Did Big Zulu’s diss track ‘revive’ Hip Hop?

Kwesta criticised Big Zulu’s diss track, calling it a “groupie” response as he went in on every single bar. 

It’s not even a diss track, ngithethisa nje groupie

Am a star clever mang’ngena cameras click flash ngazophandela la clever get your shit snatch bewuz’hambela kahle nj udlal i3 step where my car(vela) kyavez’inkabi spit(Spitz) trash

Bathi Zulu uyasabeka, basho uZakwe noZuluBoy, lo uZulu uyasabela.

He continues to rap that Big Zulu did this for “Twitter” and could have kept it to himself and that he didn’t have to disrespect him. 

Kwesta further raps: “I am in the league, you don’t even rank”.  Kwesta then confirms that Big Zulu is living and renting from one of his homes. A claim made by controversial commentator Nota Baloyi. 

“B**h you out there in my old crib, craving for a win. Ain’t no saving you again,” Kwesta raps. 

Hip Hop and rap fans alike were more than pleased with Kwesta’s response. 

Cassper Nyovest also entered the conversation by implying Big Zulu’s 150 Bars was a response to his Oooh Ahh verse. He tweeted: “Let’s research a lil bit. His song was a reply to that. That’s why he started with the tag “Ke Hip Hop Dawg”. Anyway, as you were!” 

Cassper further insinuated he is the reason local Hip Hop is still relevant.



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