Eric Omondi and Konshens have been going from side to side on social media ever for the reason that comedian published the Dancehall artist on his page and went on a rant about the poor state of Kenya’s music industry.
It appears Konshens has eventually had enough of the comedian’s antics and has placed a bounty out on him. Eric shared the revelation on his Instagram page. He posted a photo of Konshens’ message which talked about that he was ready to give one lucky fun the opportunity to perform on stage and a Kshs 50k reward if they could come up with a diss song attacking Eric.
Eric captioned the post with a chance of his own. The comedian cited that Kshs 50k was too little, and notice that he could be releasing his complete diss track titled, Hold My Beer, in a bid to end the mythical artist’s career.
As earlier mentioned, this all commenced with a rant in which Eric mentioned that the reality international artists are streaming into Kenya to perform, while local artists make appearances as curtain-raisers, was a awful look for the music industry.
Following Konshens offer, Kenyans disagreed with him claiming they can't kill their own while supporting outside artists. One Kenyan requested him to do it by himself since Eric "hapangwingwi."
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