KA-GAZA – In a recent turn of events within the vibrant Xitsonga music industry, tensions have flared up between two prominent artists, Mr Post and Dr Joe Shirimani.
The dispute, simmering for some time, has now spilled over onto social media platforms and public confrontations, leaving fans intrigued and the industry buzzing.
In a widely circulated video on Facebook, Joe Shirimani, a seasoned figure in the music scene with over 30 years of experience, boldly asserted his legacy, stating, “Their grandparents, fathers, even uncles danced to my music.”
Shirimani further escalated the situation, inviting direct confrontation, exclaiming, “Anyone with the audacity to fight me should do so face-to-face instead of resorting to online chatter.”
This clash isn’t entirely new. Mr Post former Team Shirimani Member, known for his musical prowess and previous albums, notably featured tracks like “Xikhomela Xa Machayina” and “One Million,” which seemingly carried implicit beef aimed at Joe Shirimani.
The rivalry took a more heated turn when Mr Post was seen launching an attack on Joe Shirimani during a live session on Facebook, intensifying the ongoing feud between the two musicians.
As the situation continues to unfold, fans and industry insiders are closely following this saga, curious to see how these developments will impact the Xitsonga music landscape.