Kenya Hip hop star Krg The Don also known as Bugha has posted a video criticizing the Gengetone group Sailors Gang after a video of one of their members Cocos Juma went viral where Cocos Juma complained how the life in music industry has become unbearable.
In the video which Krg the don shared today he says that he once warned the music group concerning their downfall but they neglected his advices which according to him has made their music journey hard. In the video that went viral Cocos Juma broke into tears as he explained how the recording labels has been subotaging the music career of many artists.
Remember the Krg and sailors gang were once in good terms and had realised even an hit song together, Nyandus back in 2019. Issues begun to arise back last year between these two parties. According to one of the interview Krg did, he mentioned that the origin of the beef was the video which they had to shoot. Disagreement with the management of the music group, the group it self and krg broke their good term which made him part ways with them.
We will updates you about the turn this will take keeping in mind that the other group members have not spoken anything concerning the issue. Also a question many ask is whether the group is still together or parted ways.
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