I mean, the guy just went platinum like a few days ago, and obviously now it is time to bring out the big guns and slay all of us. It’s all the way up for Kwesta now.
TshisaLIVE reported that the Ngud’ hit maker had confirmed to the media house that he would be making his way to the city of Atlanta this weekend to perform at the final show of T.I.’s American tour, which will be at the Coca Cola Roxy.
He reportedly told the publication that he received a ring from T.I.’s team asking him if he would be keen to perform in Atlanta at T.I.’s show. Who would say no to that though?
“They were like,’we really like your vibe, and we think that we can really vibe with you. We want you to come out and open for T.I’. It came out of the blue. I haven’t met T.I. or anyone from his team before, so to get this call was totally unexpected. I am a big fan of T.I., so I naturally said yes,” Kwesta reportedly explained.
Fans were wilding on Twitter,
Kwesta will be the only African rapper to grace the Atlanta ,Georgia stage 🙌🏾#KwestaHustleGangTour
— 👅 (@yayo__s) June 14, 2017
Kwesta and T.I on one stage… I'd die tbh 😭😭😭
— iHeartBentley (@TRBMonethi) June 14, 2017
— S N O R A H (@SnorahPakade) June 14, 2017
#KwestaHustleGangTour I'm content with Kwesta being called The King of African Rap…
— Narcissistic Asshole (@Moh_Baps) June 14, 2017
Kwesta simply cannot contain his excitement to be going to an all-expenses-paid trip to Atlanta, especially after his recent success.
“For this to come just weeks after the SAMAs and my album going platinum and Ngud’ five-times platinum is incredible,” he said.
Kwetsa won’t just be performing for T.I., he is also pushing the hustle and making his own music. It might be a little interesting if he also decides to add some of that Atlanta flavour. He did also reveal to the publication that there are a few collabos he was looking into. We know those songs are going to be fire, and we cannot wait to hear them!
Kwesta also took to Twitter to expresss how sad he was not to have been invited to share the stage with the big names at the Grammys.
It was sad to not be invited to share a stage with Grammy Award-winning US Rapper T.I. in SA but now I'm happy to represent us in America!😉🌍
— K1 GOAT (@KwestaDaKAR) June 13, 2017
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