“Kwani Ni Kesho” Wizzo Tanonane fires at Khaligraph Jones for copying his tagline

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Upcoming Kenyan rapper and controversial online sensation Wizzo Tanonane has taken swipes at rap music star Khaligraph Jones.

On Instagram, the fast-rising entertainer has thrown shots at Khaligraph for copying his popularized signature slang saying ‘‘Kwani Ni Kesho”.

Wizzo’s latest rant has come barely a few days after Papa Jones teased fans with a to-be-released song dubbed  Kwani Ni Kesho which loops a chorus with Wizzo’s tagline and this sparked a whole social media back and forth between the two creatives.

”Kwani ni Keshoo, Lmao, This should be my next Song, mna mchezo sana smh lol,” Khaligraph wrote on Instagram.

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Well according to Wizzo, he is warning the star against sampling or dropping his latest track, claiming he copied him.

In the video that has since been making rounds online, Wizzo urged the ‘Yego’ hitmaker not to plagiarize his tagline because he had come a long way with it.

The fast-rising rapper advised Khaligraph to be inspired by his talent as opposed to copying his creativity.

“Kwani Ni Kesho” Wizzo Tanonane fires at Khaligraph Jones for copying his tagline [Photo; Google]
‘I am the storm. Before something is a breakthrough it was once a crazy idea. Khaligraph Jones be inspired but do not copy. Kwani Ni Kesho ni vibe ya 58. These days, fame is disconnected from excellence.” Wizzo said.

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As observed, the sheng master’s video sparked some debate online and netizens argued that  Papa Jones rarely steals ideas from upcoming artists.

Others picked a feud with  Wizzo affirming that was only out chasing clout using Bwana Omollo’s name.


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