FLAMBOYANT Zim hip hop artist, Mudiwa Hood, has fired a salvo at Holy Ten, claiming he snubbed him for a role in his business.
Mudiwa is promoting his clothing brand, with the initials MH, drawn from his moniker.
He dismissed the grapevine, with a statement on social media, which was being spread that Holy Ten could be affiliated to MH brand.
Mudiwa’s statement was perceived by some social media audiences as retaliation to the statements Holy Ten once made, on a podcast, seemingly dissing the ‘Ndaita Mari’ rapper.
Below is the statement posted by Mudiwa on his social media platform:
“There is no truth in this. We are not signing the talented rapper to our brand.
“We, however, wish him the best in his career and his business.
“Mr Holy Ten showed interest, yes . . . but no conclusion was ever reached in our conversations.
“As reiterated, Mudiwa Hood brand, has no plans whatsoever to engage Mr Holy Ten for the role associating him with MH brand!”
Holy Ten was asked by H-Metro to confirm his interest in the MH brand, as revealed by Mudiwa.
But, the rapper refused to be drawn into commenting about the matter.