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Only he can explain- King Tee Dee

King Tee Dee responds to Young T’s social media updates and the nation weighs in on the matter.

Last night renowned musician Young T shook the nation at large with his latest social mediums updates. Young T who has been unavailable for the media shared screenshots of conversations between him and a number saved as The Dogg with a caption that read “Your last words were “you don’t disrespect me! Never ever disrespect me”! I gave you everything man! I gave you everything! I’m gonna be dead tomorrow! He said so (sic).”

The conversations shared to Instagram to The Dogg was off Young T pleading to be left alone after having gone to various witch doctors who all told him that his problems are allegedly caused by The Dogg. In one of the screenshots, The Dogg responded thanking Young T for making him money ‘ if you, my lil bro made me. Please continue’.

The Dogg responded to the matter saying only Young T has answers to the issue and that his focus is purely on his peace of mind, family and his goals. He also took to his Twitter feed where he said


Namibian tweeps have started a #PrayForYoungT where they urge the Namutenya singer to seek help as well as sending positive vibrations to Namibian talents. Fellow entertainers have also joined in the hashtag and as well as commenting on Young T’s posts wishing him well and to pray.

King Tee Dee fans also, in the light wished him strengths as he has been a victim of many unfortunate circumstances according to them.

Young T joined Mshasho for distribution purposes during the production of his second album The Music Merchandise where he said he joined the label to be able to access Africa at large to be under a leader (King Tee Dee) who will allow him creativity freedom. Today, Young T has his own record label UGU as well as recording studios in northern Namibia.


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