WATCH | Here's what Mzansi thinks of Stogie T's freestyle on Sway
Rapper Tumi Molekane aka Stogie T did Mzansi proud this week when he took a seat on popular radio breakfast show Sway In The Morning and dropped some serious bars.
Stogie spoke to host Sway Calloway about his break into the industry, ProKid, Skwatta Kamp and the culture in Africa.
He also cleared the air on the "beef" with Cassper. Cassper called Tumi out at the SA Hip- Hop Awards last year for suggesting that he had "made him".
Tumi explained to Sway that he put Cassper on a tape when he was coming up but the Doc Shebeleza star was "a product of HHP".
"I had worked with him when he was young but I would never claim someone else's success, even if I have worked with you because you have to prove it. I had just mentioned that. I mentioned that I had worked with a lot of these guys and he thought that I had said, 'Yo. I created you.'"
The fire freestyle
Stogie ended his time on the show with a deep freestyle that had the whole studio stanning.
His freestyle hit deep on inequality and privilege.
"I am from the continent of poverty and long walk accomplishments. Where fallen heroes give birth to spoilt rotten kids. Where the opulent meet the poor cleaning their offices. We push rocket ships like Elon Musk, charge the whip but still stuck in sh*t because we don't have a pot to p*ss in.
"God forgives as you give the church half your sh*t. Still we can't tell a pastor from a pimp..."
And it just got so much better from there!
The streets were left defeated by the freestyle with rapper Reason claiming it was the genius old school Tumi in the chair.
"First and foremost. I dont give a f**k what you say. That was Tumi, not Stogie T. Damn you Tumi Molekane. Secondly, what a great verse. A true reminder of the Godly writer I looked up to coming up and even had a chance to meet and break bread with over time. Dankie Stogie!" Reason wrote on Twitter.
Ayo Stogie T deserves to be heard.— Xhosa Hokage 🔱🇿🇦 (@artman_sineke) November 16, 2018
SA Artists on Sway's Universe rank:
I'm not hating on Cass, but we can agree his time on Sway was.....uneventful.
Cava the full interview and freestyle in the video below.