Intaba Yase Dubai reveals Imali Eningi was actually recorded before he joined Ambitiouz

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Intaba Yase Dubai reveals Imali Eningi was actually recorded before he joined Ambitiouz

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The beef between Ambitiouz Entertainment and their former signee Intaba Yase Dubai has taken centre stage after the singer announced he dumped the stable. Now, the record label has been trending on social media with people slamming them once more.


Yesterday, we reported that Intaba Yase Dubai has dumped the label and started his own. He named it after his apparent salary at Ambitiouz and he said it was R3 700.

This drama started when Intaba Yase Dubai revealed that he did not get paid for Imali Eningi. In the sing Big Zulu features him and the late Riky Rick.

“Nothing in this world beats the pain of watching another man gain a lot of money from your hard work, while you are broke. I’m sorry but I hate features with all of my heart. Coz you have to act like we are all ok while only an individual is…” he claimed. “Mali Eningi has reached over 12 Million streams. But I’m broke. Never got even R1.”

After a series of back and forths, Intaba then finally revealed he has left the company.

Intaba even appeared on Podcast And Chill and spoke his piece saying the figures Ambitiouz shared on social media are only booking fees for gigs. The figures Ambitiouz shared of various proof of payments make up a sum of approximately R200 000.

They then trolled Intaba Yase Dubai and said he is lying. Sharing a clip for his interview with Podcast And Chill.

Intaba had released a statement saying he was done wit music but after careful consideration he said he will not leave music, but he would rather leave Ambitiouz. His most recent statement says he started his own label and would never eave music because he loves it.

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank all my supporters for the support, my family, close friends, The taxi owners, taxi drivers, Promoters, music industry colleagues and the Media Houses.”


He then made the big announcement, “Would also like to announce that me and Ambitiouz Entertainment have parted ways. I will forever be grateful for the opportunity and platform they gave me when no one did. Like I said before I am not fighting anyone or Ambitiouz, I don’t like uncertainty. I Almost gave up on music because I was not paid what I deserve and what I worked hard for,” he wrote.

“Last year I was depressed and frustrated because I was gigging almost every weekend, but come month end I get paid R3,700? After being in-depth reflection on my career, I won’t quit music, I love it and I am passionate about it, most importantly that’s the only source I have to feed my family.”

“I will continue to release beautiful new music under my new Record label 3.7 Entertainment.” The shade!

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