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Exit sparks beef with Dogg


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Just as I was working on my piece to try to help The Dogg and Gazza see reason and unite for the sake of restoring harmony in the music industry, word reached me that Exit has managed to alienate himself from The Dogg due to his continued association with GMP. Exit, who has been featuring on songs with Gazza of late, has been on the receiving end of The Dogg’s wrath. According to him, the condemnation was initially started by Mshasho fans who kept writing on his Facebook wall and to some extent; The Dogg himself also played part in the unwanted postings on the social network I am told.
So, I decided to holla at my boy, Exit and this is what he told me: “I’m getting all sorts of nasty comments in my inbox from dudes but I really don’t understand it as I have worked with him before and I didn’t get that from the other guys then. I’m an artist, I don’t choose sides. I respect them both as talented individuals who can bring value to my music and working with them has taught me a thing or two. I want to be good with all of them, it’s not right that I get all these nasty comments. I like them both and consider them my brothers”.
I, for one, think some fans are as guilty as the feuding artists. If we really look at it, most of us are guilty of it too. What do we do now, huh? We encourage the crap and then criticise it later? But it matters not how guilty we are, what matters is our willingness to bring all the ‘issues’ to the table, in order to see an end to this whole GMP/Mshasho feud.