King Tee Dee shared a screenshot of a text message that appears to be an apology from Exit. King Tee Dee said he will only accept the apology if Exit apologises publicly for disrespecting him.
“Your apology needs to be as loud as your disrespect was,” said King Tee Dee. The Mshasho label owner says Exit had all the energy to launch a hate campaign against him with diss songs and public outbursts and Exit needed to apologise to his fans because he disrespected Mshasho fans. “When they were talking to impress their friends and writing diss songs it’s all good and now they are apologising, the question is why can’t they do it on social media and on songs?,” asked King Tee Dee.
Exit send a message to King Tee Dee expressing that he appreciates King Tee Dee and may have gone overboard. “Ombili man, I think I went overboard, You know I love u blood…respect. Exit,” read the message by Exit.
King Tee Dee told unWrap.online that Exit needed to apologise to his fans because he disrespected all Mshasho fans. “He should do it on social media, where he disrespected me and apologise to my fans and all people he hurt. Not me,” he said.
Exit was embroiled in a heated beef early this year with King Tee Dee afterhe demanded King Tee Dee and Gazza leave the industry and give other Namibian artists a chance to be successful in the industry.
Exit also dropped a scathing diss track against King Tee Dee and Gazza.
We cannot confirm the validity of the message send by Exit to King Tee Dee but the number in the screenshot is Exit’s. Calls made to Exit went unanswered.