LISTEN | Stogie T addresses his alleged brawl with Nota in his latest single

13 October 2021 - 08:00
By Joy Mphande
Stogie T addresses his scuffle with Nota in his latest single.
Image: Instagram/ Stogie T Stogie T addresses his scuffle with Nota in his latest single.

Rapper Tumi “Stogie T” Molekane has used music as his catharsis to further address his stance with what happened between him and his nemesis Nhlamulo “Nota” Baloyi.

The rapper took to Instagram recently, sharing a snippet of the song titled Mama Say along with lyrics that have him mentioning how he was “ready to put a dental plate on freckle face”.

The lyrics go on to allude to the alleged fight they had and seemingly added context to Nota's claims that he walked to Stogie T to confront him.

“Momma say knock ’em. We don’t entertain thoughts of doubt. When the dogs come out Now they wanna talk it out. Don’t know what we got to talk about.” 

This after Stogie T released a regretful statement confirming that he had engaged in a fight as videos of their brawl flooded the social media timelines.

“Yesterday at an event touted as bringing hip-hop together for the love of the culture, I was minding my own business when Nota encroached my section. I interpreted this as a provocation and gestured for him to leave and an unfortunate fracas ensued,” read the statement. “I regret that it had to get to all that and I would like to extend my deepest apologies to my wife, my family, my church, and the hip-hop community.”

Meanwhile, Nota, who is no stranger to controversy, has released another statement after the defamatory insults he made about Slikour during his interview on Everything SA Music.

“I Nota, unequivocally apologise to Slikour for the false allegations and offensive insults made during my interview on @everythingsamusic’s Instagram account entitled #Nota attacks #Slikour. I acknowledge that the false accusations I made were not based on facts and were extremely hurtful. I apologise unreservedly for any harm caused to Slikour as a result of insulting utterances,” read Nota’s apology.