Ambitiouz Entertainment responds to closure speculations. Prominent South African record label, Ambitiouz Entertainment, has strongly refuted recent reports suggesting the company’s shutdown.
According to Zimoja, the label has faced financial challenges and was compelled to close its Rosebank offices.
Nonetheless, Ambitiouz Entertainment has issued an official statement rejecting these assertions and affirming its unwavering commitment to the South African music industry.
In a press release issued earlier today, Ambitiouz Entertainment confronted the rumors head-on, declaring, “Greetings to our beloved fans, supporters, and those who have eagerly awaited our ‘downfall’ with popcorn in hand.
We regret to inform you that you might need to stock up on more popcorn because Ambitiouz Entertainment isn’t going anywhere.”
“It has come to our attention that there are whispers and rumors of our imminent closure.
To those who have been spreading these tales, we’d like to offer a heartfelt ‘Nice try!’ We’re saddened to report that if you were hoping for our exit, you’ll have to deal with our fabulousness for at least another decade. We know it’s tough, but hang in there!”
Section 5 of 2016 … pic.twitter.com/8lyiJGD02Y
— Ambitiouz Ent (@Ambitiouz_Ent) September 6, 2023
The record label’s statement further underscored its dedication to the South African music industry, revealing that they have an exciting announcement to make on Friday.
“Moving right along, for those who aren’t exactly our biggest fans, we have some bad news.
This Friday, we’re about to drop an announcement that will not only shake but revolutionize the South African music industry.
If you thought you had reasons to be envious before, brace yourselves. By Friday, your envy meter might just break. We’d apologize in advance, but we’re too busy planning our next big move.”
“In conclusion, to our supporters, thank you for always believing in us. To our critics, we refer you to section 5 of the Euphonic Act of 2016. And to everyone, remember, ‘The story always continues…'”