It is a single featuring Lioness, Boity Thulo and Nazizi but there are no mentions of Lioness in the article at all.
Queen of rap Lioness, her pride and NamTwitter this afternoon gave South African magazine a run for their money as they omitted the rapper out of an article based on a feature song.
SA Hip Hop Magazine ran a story yesterday on the Coke Studio song that features Lioness, Boity Thulo, and Nazizi. The article with the headline ‘Boity Spits Raps Of Female Empowerment On ‘Switch It Up’ Single Ft. Nazizi’ completely ignoring the fact that Lioness is on the song mentioning only Kenyan and South African rappers Nazizi and Boity.
Lioness took to her Twitter account with the tweet that read ” Omitting me on a song? loool.”
Her pride and tweeps including fellow artists sought for answers in the comments section of the SA Hip Hop Magazine post saying the magazine should delete the post and story to rewrite one as it is unacceptable.
“You know better than to disrespect an artist! Talking about women empowered while disregarding one. What kind of disrespect this? Where is @lioness_CilQ in this article?”
The rapper is the first Namibian hip hop artist to feature on Coke Studio Africa. Before the video dropped, she took to her Instagram to share with her fans her excitement of the visuals soon to be dropped and also giving them advice saying
“Don’t you ever let em tell you-you ain’t good enough” Because you are! Your dreams need you to constantly nurture them! BELIEVE IN YOUR SELF,”
The SA Hip Hop Magazine are yet to respond to the matter.