Big Hash got brows raised after claiming that he will be pulling the biggest comeback in 2022.
Taking to Twitter, the rapper said, “I’m about to pull off the biggest comeback of 2022, I said what I said.”
However, the use of the word comeback got him dragged by some tweeps, including SA hip hop reviewer, Rashid Kay.
I’m about to pull off the biggest comeback of 2022, I said what I said 🤷🏽♂️
— THE BIG HASH. (@peacebeyondme) December 29, 2021
I’m also by the word “come back” 😂😂
— Chisana (@ASofaya) December 30, 2021
Rashid mocked him, and the rapper urged him to stop, as he’s too old for such act.
“At age 21 already making a comeback? Time flies,” says Rashid.
You WAY too old for this https://t.co/gp8bNfuqr0
— THE BIG HASH. (@peacebeyondme) December 30, 2021
The South African hip hop experienced a huge set back in 2020/2021, but many said the rise of Amapiano ruined hip hop’s success.
However, we had some rappers who made effort, and Big Hash was among those who dropped something for the culture this year, but not among the biggest sound.
Seeing how he’s plans to make a huge come back in 2022, it’s assumed that he wants to save the culture, just like a few other rappers chorused months ago.