In what he termed as constructive criticism wizzo Tanonane in a video that got the eyes of Kenyans. Wizo dismantled khalighraph Jones and Masauti claiming that they wear "Mbwakni" things which meant not original. Bahati was also not on a safe side, Wizo claims that Bahati is an overated artist in the Kenyan musical industry.
Wizzo Tanonane appeared on limelight ever since he came up with the slogan "kwani ni kesho."
He has been recorded on several instances pulling fights with khalighraph in his social media platforms. He accuses khalighraph of fake gold ornaments and further dares him to avail his ornaments for test if he is sure they are original.
Further on the video, he accuses Masauti and khalighraph for wearing counterfeit things especially the golden rings which is a loss to hard working industries. He claims that he bought the gold testing equipment to expose celebrities who wear counterfeit jewellery.
What appears to be shocking, Wizzo declares that he smokes and drinks and further explains that he has goals that cannot be prevented by drug abuse and his family is aware of his drug abuse since he was in secondary school.
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