A record label owner who goes by ‘Big Maf’, has publicly “banned” rapper Not3s from Birmingham today, after posting a series on Instagram stories.
The former band manager of rap group, Lotto Boyz shared that after a mysterious phone call, he has decided that the rapper is “officially banned from Birmingham”, telling Not3s to “test” his “gangster” and try visit the city.
Referring to the rapper as a “nerd”, Big Maf accuses Not3s of lying in his music, pretending to be a “bad man” but really a “snitch to feds”, referencing when the rapper was stabbed and allegedly reported the incident to police.
The self-proclaimed millionaire says that Not3s “knows what he’s done” to cause this, but keeps the information away from the public. The only clue about the incident is the cryptic statement,
“You tried to use your power to block when I was down…now im on your neck rude boy”.
The business owner concluded his posts by sharing screenshots with the rapper where Not3s expresses his "confusion".
Rapper and Grime artist Not3s has released some of the biggest UK songs and shot to fame with successful hits like 'Fine Line' and 'My Lover' featuring Mabel and of course, the viral sensation 'Addison Lee'.