The 'Goat' wants Sho Madjozi: AY Poyoo shoots shot at collab

The 'Goat' wants Sho Madjozi: AY Poyoo shoots shot at collab

- Ay Poyoo became a social media sensation after his song GOAT went viral online

- The Ghanaian rapper now wants a collaboration with Mzansi's BET award-winning international star Sho Madjozi

- The musician said he wants Sho to "bless" him with a verse on a "very special record"

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AY Poyoo recently became a social media sensation after his song GOAT went viral online. The Ghanaian rapper now wants a collaboration with Mzansi's BET award-winning international star Sho Madjozi.

The musician took to Twitter to ask fellow Africans to retweet his tweet to gain Sho's attention. He wants nothing but Sho's verse on a "very special record".

AY posted:

"Hello Africa, I want @ShoMadjozi on a very special record. Please retweet till she sees and blesses me with a verse."
The 'Goat' Wants Sho Madjozi: Ghanaian Rapper Shoots Shot at Collab

Ay Poyoo wants a collaboration with Sho Madjozi.
Source: UGC

The John Cena hitmaker has responded to Ay's tweet. She did not mention whether she would "bless" Ay's song with a verse or not.

Sho replied:

"Wait aren’t you the guy of 'I’m the goat mmeeeee?' "

Sho's fans have reacted to Ay's request. They want their star to give AY a chance and collaborate with him.

@Erthang1hunnid commented:

"Do it for the culture sis Madjozi, he's the goat after all. I can literally hear the meeee in the song."

@MastaLEO

"As South Africans, we urge you to honour this request."

@Harris_265

"It's a very special record we talking about here!!! Record with him ASAP."

For those who are not familiar with Sho Madjozi, she is the singer of John Cena, the South African song Becca was recently accused of copying.

Sho recently signed to international record label, Epic Records. The musician, according to reports, will continue with her record label Sony Music despite being signed to Epic.

Sho told Plug magazine that being signed to Epic Records did not mean she was done with her previous label Sony Music Entertainment.

“We’re working at a special company at a special time and we couldn’t be prouder than we are of our local star Sho and our big sister Sylvia for partnering to make this happen,” said Sean Watson, Managing Director of Sony Music Entertainment Africa.

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