Award-winning disc jockey and music producer, DJ Maphorisa, has been proudly claiming several rights in the South African industry. This time around, he even went as far as implying that he runs the South African music industry.
After making a series of tweets as he praised himself and his artists. DJ Maphorisa tweeted:
Who runs South Africa musically?
His declaration didn’t go well with even his fans. They took to the comment section to counter DJ Maphorisa’s claim.
Maphorisa yima nyana yhoo.
— Tiyiselani Josini (@TiyiiHD) April 3, 2020
You want fans to say it's you so that you can boost your fading confidence? pic.twitter.com/kC15I5LROJ
— MRoyals (@Marothi_Given) April 4, 2020
Even internationally-acclaimed disc jockey, Black Coffee, has to step in and clap back at him in a polite manner.
— Black Coffee (@RealBlackCoffee) April 3, 2020
Such a polite response came from the internationally-recognized DJ who is rumuored to charge over 100,000 US Dollars per gig.
DJ Maphorisa, who believes that he is the biggest artist in the South African music industry, had engaged in social media feuds with his fellow artists.
Recently, DJ Maphorisa blasted Prince Kaybee, Lady Zamar, and Mafikizolo for not owning their masters.
Black Coffee, however, celebrated DJ Maphorisa for his impact on the South African music scene over the years. He explained that DJ Maphorisa will always be loved and appreciated for the artists he had worked with and his contributions to the music scene.
Bhuti @DjMaphorisa please know we love and appreciate you,if there was ever a time when you felt you were not appreciated I’m here to tell you We Love you and Thank you for all you’ve done for all the Artists you’ve worked with and the Scene…We love you Broski.
Bhuti @DjMaphorisa please know we love and appreciate you,if there was ever a time when you felt you were not appreciated I’m here to tell you We Love you and Thank you for all you’ve done for all the Artists you've worked with and the Scene….We love you Broski ❤️
— Black Coffee (@RealBlackCoffee) April 4, 2020