It appears as though the awful separation between prolific and multiple awards winning rapper Emtee and Ambitiouz Entertainment is a long way from being done.
While Emtee, genuine name Mthembeni Ndevu, came after his previous record name on Twitter a weekend ago, information has it that that the Pearl Thusi hitmaker is likewise doing combating it out in the Pretoria High Court with the stable over sovereignties and individual accomplishments from the stable.
The muso, who dumped Ambitiouz last August, requesting the steady discharge of his profits going back from his first collection, Avery, which he dropped in 2015.
Emtee dropped two different collections under Ambitiouz – Manando in 2017 and DIY 2 out of 2018. Reports can uncover that Emtee is entangled in a court fight with his previous record name and its chief, Kgosithebe Mahumapelo.
In the court papers seen by some reputable reporters, Emtee needs Ambitiouz and Mahumapelo to give him what’s supposed to be given to of him.
Emtee affirmed the court fight over his sovereignties and also the release of secret papers identifying with his agreement with the stable.
“Ubani okutshele lento? (Who told this news). Truly there is a legal dispute going on, however please address my attorneys. They will have the option to disclose to you everything identifying with it,” he said.
Emtee’s attorney, Dumisani Motsamai from Morolong Inc likewise affirmed the case. “We affirm that we represent Mthembeni Ndevu expertly known as ‘Emtee’. We affirm further that there are continuous high court procedures including him and his previous record name Ambitiouz Entertainment, in which we are Applicants,” Motsamai said.
“We are anyway not at freedom to remark much on the genuine subtleties or benefits of the issue for reasons of lawyer customer benefit. Having said that, the papers documented at Court up to this point, are an open record and all things considered, are available to any individual from general society, the media notwithstanding,” he said.
Ambitiouz Communications Manager Thando Gakebodiwe declined remark when reached by close associates of Zeushiphop.
As indicated by insiders, Emtee needs the organization to discharge the money related reports, agreements and proclamations that shows the amount he made for record label when he was under the music label.
“Emtee resents the fact that he never got a penny from his first collection with the exception of being paid a month to month compensation as a representative at Ambitiouz,” a source said.
Another source stated: “Emtee feels that he satisfied all his understanding commitments by discharging three collections with the record label . The vocalist feels that there is no legally binding commitment for him to discharge any further music with the record mark. Around the same time 2015, Emtee consented to an administration arrangement with the music label. His legal counselors contend that Emtee similarly satisfied every one of his commitments“.