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Grammy-award-winning Mzansi DJ, Black Coffee gets dragged after advising artists to avoid fans hyping them into beefing other artists.

The Grammy-winning artist tweeted over the weekend about how artists have allowed their fans to hype them into beefing other artists.

“Dear Artists never allow your fans to hype you up into beefing with your other fellow artists,” he wrote.

A few Twitter users assumed he was referring to Cassper Nyovest, who has refused to stop beefing AKA.

Meanwhile, others vented against him for being a pretender; he was slammed for speaking out despite beefing Zakes Bantwini.

“You slapped someone’s manager over a performance I don’t think you are the best person to take conflict resolution advice from. Whats next marriage tips? Lmao,” a tweep wrote.

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