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Exit- You can’t put a good man down


The king of Kwaito Exit is definitely getting a reward for his good work after the NAMA’s and getting in the good books of fellow artists as well.

Exit who won the male artist of the year with the life of Kinta Kunte album at this year’s NAMA’s is slowly but gradually getting his recognition from fellow artists. Exit took to his Instagram account this past few days where he was seen posing with fellow artists such as Mushe and Gazza regardless of the fact that Gazza and Exit had a minor beef going on earlier this year, it seems like the two men finally put their differences aside and made peace.

After winning a few times at the NAMA’s Exit took to the stage where he apologised for the small drama that he instigated this year with the fellow artist Gazza and King Tee Dee, he also said that he is ready to work and put the Rockaz gang at the next level, also added that he is all grown up now and that sponsors are welcome as well.

Sally Boss Madam also took to her Instagram as well as her Facebook account where she posted a picture of Exit and wrote “To the most deserving artist I know, Exit Rockaz congratulations again my brother male artist of the year, the eagle landed late so I was late to join the party, much love” she said.

Whatever he is up to, he should do it constantly because clearly he is on the right track and we hope to see some elaboration soon.

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