The dancehall artist, was trying to emphasize about his stylish look as he pushed the debate around Luku Safi and Luku Kasuku which was fuelled by Octopizzo and Khaligraph Jones. "You people said that you don't want to see bad looks."
"People should come here and see what swag looks like." KRG said in his post. One of his fans however was quick to remind him that Octopizzo did not tolerate glorification of swag, that was not up to standard, hence enraging the Dancehall artist.
"Octopizzo should not hear you, what kind of look is this?" The fan questioned. KRG, seemed puzzled by the fan's comment,.as he questioned who or what Octopizzo was.
He also seemed to criticize the rapper's Ghetto upbringing and Kibera background. The Full Kisunzi hit maker, went on to hit out at the fan, for allegedly being a glue inhaler.
"What is Octo?" "Remove your Ghetto mentality from my post." The rapper shouted at the fan. Here are some reactions from Kenyans to KRG's comment.
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