Slapdee has social media talking about his AFRIMMA nomination

Renowned Zambian Hip-hop artist Slapdee got social media talking about his AFRIMMA nomination.

Before the Zambian general election in August this year, Slapdee and other big names in the music industry got involved in national politics by doing songs used in political campaigns.

His fans heavily criticized this move, but he defended his decision by saying ‘Music is business’ and that’s what puts for on his table.’

Little did he know that the same statement would bounce back to him in the future. Some days ago, Slapdee got nominated for the awards AFRIMMA and is now coming to them to vote for him.

The fans are totally against it; instead, they have decided to endorse a South African rapper Cassper Nyovest who’s in the same category as him.

Everyone said, “we are voting for Cassper on merit and this is business,” the same statement Slapdee used when he was doing the political songs.

The news reached Cassper Nyovest, where he responded with a question, “Why am I trending in Zambia?”.

Slapdee has therefore contacted AFRIMMA management to withdraw his nomination and later apologized to his fans on Facebook.

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