Khaligraph Jones yesterday uploaded a clip jamming to his upcoming song, "Kwani ni kesho." The song had aroused anxiety from fans who demanded that he should release it as soon as possible.
Earlier on Khaligraph Jones had been 'criticized' by a fan named, Wizzo Tanonane, for putting on counterfeit shoes. Furthermore, Wizzo warned Nairobi West Niccur for constantly supplying counterfeit products to celebrities. The phrase from Wizzo 'Kwani ni kesho' prodded Papa Jones to prepare to release the banger.
Wizzo Tano has again sparked mixed reactions online after posting a clip advising Khaligraph Jones to be inspired and not copy.
The fan appears to raise complaints that Khaligraph Jones had used his voice as part of the refrain in the song. Wizzo Tano's opinion has caught the attention of the netizens who have reacted differently. Some of their comments read:
Julias: Fame is disconnected from excellence 😂😂😂.
Ssaru: watu hawasaidikangi 😂😂😂.
Flaqo411: kwani ni kesho originally came from Buruklyn boys from the song Nairobi, I stand to be corrected.
Parody: Atoke majuu aache kutesa na magari za watu wengine.Here is the link the post:
Wizzo's boldness has made him to continue garnering the attention of the netizens. From this article, what do you suggest about Wizzo Tano's opinion to Khaligraph Jones?
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