This is after the Kwenda hitmaker released song tittled Nikwa Nishoke which carries a chorus with Wizzo Tanonane's tagline.
Talking in an interview with different online news outlets, the online sensation said that he has a lawyer whom he identified as Dr. Oliver Majani who is handling that issue.
According to him, Khaligraph Jones used is slogan lines but failed to give him credit or even pay for the same.
However, Kenyans seemed to have different opinions on the same as some picked issue with Wizzo holding that he is only out chasing clout using Khaligraph's aka Omollo's name.
The whole back and forth was sparked by Khaligraph who released a jam which has gathered 1M view on YouTube in which he used Wizzo's line.
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