Bongo music star from Tanzania has sparked Mixed reactions again now that he is trending. King Kiba posted has been restless on social media since he released Jealous. The main issue is that he has been accused of buying YouTube views by his major opponent.
The WCB CEO, Diamond Platinumz is in cold war with Kings Music CEO since he released Iyo. The song was released few moments just before Alikiba released his. The fans from both of these parties are in disagreement now as to which song is more appealing.
Therefore, as the fans do their own stunts, the two stars are trolling too on media. However, Alikiba's reactions did not bother Kenyans until he included their own. When Alikiba posted Stivo Simple Boy's video to drive his message home, Kenyans woke up.
Some have asked whether Alikiba paid Stivo to use his photo. Some have urged Stivo to act fast. Below are some of the comments including those from Stivo's fans:
By popular Alikiba doing this, didn't he market Stivo Simple Boy's music?
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