Bahati, appeared to have been angered by Khaligraph's previous sentiments about the singer's voice in an earlier battle between the two artists.
Hence he chose to criticize Khaligraph by using YouTube, a platform whereby Bahati has been gaining considerable success within the past few days.
Indeed, Bahati's first three song releases from his album, have left the Kenyan artist at the top of the YouTube trending charts. Furthermore, only Sauti Sol, Pozee and Otile Brown can claim to have more YouTube subscribers than Bahati in Kenya.
Hence, there was no way Khaligraph was going to win this particular battle between himself and Bahati once the YouTube conversation came along.
Instead, the rapper chose to end the entire war between them. In Bahati's post which led to Khaligraph giving up their fight. He said, "I told these musicians not to dare release their songs since I will be taking over the airwaves with my new album."
"Lakini Khaligraph Jones akanidharau juu ameunga akidhani hii vita ni ya misuli na muscles kwa gym."
"Please go watch his new song. I don't see him anywhere on trending." Bahati said. Khaligraph on the other hand replied, "Leo umenishinda nimekuachia YouTube sitabishana, you win." The rapper said.
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