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"I will not sacrifice my morals and all that s**t to be on the f***ing radio," he said.
The award-winning muso spewed the profanities when addressing his legion of fans at a concert a few days after throwing shade at Africa's biggest commercial radio station on live television.
The rapper's diatribe was captured in a five-minute video clip that was sent to the SABC bosses and his then boss Reggie Nkabinde by Metro FM boss Sibongile Mtshali.
In the video, the lanky lyricist, who was clad in white pants, purple and white shirt and a khakhi cap, could be seen pacing up and down on the stage talking to his fans before performing another ditty.
He started off by telling his screaming fans that his music would no longer be played on all the radio stations because he refused to apologise for attacking the station at its awards ceremony beamed live on SABC1.