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Kid Tini bullies A-Reece again in new track titled ‘Movie’

Tazo Mdletshe

Just when everyone was seemingly moving on from the ‘beef’ between Kid Tini and A-Reece, it seems it won’t be going away anytime soon.

The Ambitiouz Entertainment rapper has dropped a new diss track titled ‘Movie’ as a response to A-Reece’s recent subliminal disses towards him in different tracks. A-Reece’s lines directed at Kid Tini have been low key, hence many people feeling like he hasn’t really responded to anything that has been thrown at him with a full on diss track.
In a bold move, on Movies Kid Tini not only disses A-Reece but also took aim at the whole Wrecking Crew squad by saying, “your homies call it dope when it’s not.., they just all on your cock.”
Movie is what many would call a proper diss track. It has all the necessary flows, raps and gets very personal from the get-go. Kid Tini starts off the song by saying “I hate it when Lil’ niggas talking reckless man”, this clearly shows that he refers to him as a little boy instead of what he’s known as, Baby Boy.
On the track, he goes on to say, “I heard a little bird chirp a lotta shit but fuck a Toronto counterfeit” – referring to him wanting to sound like Drake.
Of course, this isn’t the first time an Ambitiouz representative said something along those lines.
Last year, eMtee released a diss song towards A-Reece titled ‘My Crown’ and told him “stop Draking, stop faking.”

Besides the dissing Tini showed his smart word play on lines like; “”what’s a little yachty to my flow when I showboat” which lead to Stogie T quoting him on Twitter to give him props.
Movie had Reason asking his followers on Twitter to create a thread for him explaining where it all began. Well, in a nutshell, both rappers are from Pretoria, one replaced the other at Ambitiouz after a bitter exit, both are young and still trying to make a name for themselves in the game, the conflict was almost inevitable. Ambitiouz Ent being as ambitious as they are, it’s not surprising they’d approve a song that is sure to get people talking about Kid Tini and their former employee’s reluctance to engage fully on this ‘beef’.

While previously A-Reece didn’t seem quite keen on putting himself up against the highly rated Nasty C (who has recently signed with Universal Music Group), Kid Tini seems to be relishing the chance to use competition or ‘beef’ for better recognition in the game.

Some believe Kid Tini is replying to what A-Reece said on the song that he’s featured on by Riky Rick, Pick You Up, which a video of was released earlier this month. On the song, A-Reece says”Name dropping on me for a lil’ recognition but it didn’t really help.”
It Seems Tini has absolutely no problem in continuing with that.

Now the question that remains is, will A-Reece respond with a full on diss song or will he continue being a subliminal rapper?

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