Alikiba aka the King is known by everyone in East Africa and Beyond I believe. This is because he has been in the industry for so long now. Since the year 2004 till now without dying down musically is such an achievement. King Kiba has always remained relevant in whatever he does and says online. His latest post some hours ago has however caused stirred reactions.
Most people tend to assume that this message is directed to one of his Bongo rivals. Diamond, the WCB CEO is assumed not to be in very good terms with the King. The two are assumed to have been on cat and rat game for so long now. However, King seems to be less concerned about Diamond's affairs.
Recently, King's song, Mediocre, was assumed to be a direct attack on Diamond. Diamond recently purchased his latest car, SUV. When asked why he didn't openly congratulate him, King seemed upset. And, he simply replied that he doesn't like cars.
Fans from these two sides have shown their concern, each defending his own. Others used King's latest song called Salute, featuring a Nigerian star Rudeboy. The song is of course a big hit and it's doing very well on YouTube. The video has attracted 832K views within 20 hours. See screenshots of fans' comments below:See screenshots:
Are you a fan of Alikiba or Diamond? What do you think about all these? Kindly, share with us in the comment box below.
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