Kenyans have been left in surprise after details about a recent clap back by Dancehall Artist KRG The Don to one Instagram user who trashed his music surfaced online.
According to details shared on the Nairobi Gossip club's official Facebook page on Wednesday, the man whose username is tannitohkip criticised The the Don's music saying he would rather listen to the sound of a generator than listen to his music, but got the shock of his life when KRG The Don responded saying his problem was poverty, and he could not understand his music because he is poor, Remarks which have been met with sharp criticism from Kenyans Online.
Below are comments from Netizens on the post.
"Wait...do i even know him leave alone understanding his music. Which song has he sang" a comment read.
"I'm seeing him for the first time...I've never heard of him." A comment read.
"Wait, leave his music alone...which country does he come from. Let's start there before i agree I'm broke." A Comment read.
"I must be extremely poor coz I've never heard of him." A Comment read.
"If what he does is music then music is an overrated absurdity. " a comment read.
"Weather the guy is poor or rich his music remains trash.that's constant. " a comment read.
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