Flex Rabanyan Lifts The Lid On Who Sabotaged His Career. Rapper Flex Rabanyan, who gained fame in South Ah for winning season 2 of Vuzu Hustle recently took to Twitter to share several explosive tweets. In his tweets, the rapper makes shocking revelations about who were the key players in sabotaging his career. The rapper has not been able to enjoy his win of the show, as it has been filled with controversy. One could say the rapper has made more headlines about his win than actually release top chart-topping music.
In his lengthy thread Flex revealed that he has been a miserable person since Vuzu Hustle did him dirty. The rapper does admit that he made a few mistakes on his journey but alleges that companies African Star Communications and certain Mnet staff played a bigger part in his downfall. Flex explained that the narrative that people blame him for blowing his career cuts him deep, especially since there are more details to the story. “I still wanna tell the story of how Vuzu Hustle worked hand-in glove with African Star Communications and MNet staff to sabotage my career after winning “The Hustle.” I’ve never gone into detail, but it cuts deep because people still blame me for ‘blowing it’” he shared.
“For the longest I had to pretend I was okay with my career and passion being taken away, I won’t lie though that thing crushed me from deep inside my soul. I’ve been such a miserable person since Vuzu Hustle did me dirty,” he tweeted. Flex also revealed that when he won the show, he was given a management deal, he was told to update his booking details. The rapper goes on to claim that an employee at African Star Communications was instructed to booking requests for Flex. The rapper revealed that the CEO of African Star Communications, Farah Fortune has blocked him on Twitter. “After I won Vuzu HustIe I was given a “management” deal. I was told to update my bookings email on all social media.There was a lady at African Star Communications (Justine) who was instructed to ignore all BOOKINGS (effectively blocking me from income). I found out..” Flex revealed.
Flex in his lengthy thread spoke on wanting to get back the faith the public had in him. The rapper who had to sell the car he won on the show due to being broke, has had his public image tainted blamed the effects of targeted corporate sabotage as being behind all that has happened to him. “I admit I made a lot of mistakes, everything was new to me but it is wrong to downplay the effects of targeted corporate sabotage which aimed to sour my relationships and tarnish my public reputation. The companies involved knew well how much faith you had in me. I need it back,” he tweeted.