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‘You have no credibility’ – Kcee comes for HushPuppi, wants EFCC to pay attention to him

Kcee, Hushpuppi
  • HushPuppi had aimed shade at Phyno and Ice Prince, something Kcee wasn’t pleased with.

The singer’s sick and tired of HushPuppi

Kcee has waded into the ongoing mud slinging going on with Ray HushPuppi and rappers, Phyno and Ice Prince.

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HushPuppi had called Phyno and Ice Prince hypocrites in a Snapchat post on Wednesday, saying they both purchased fake luxury watches.

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If you don’t want people to patronize pirated copy of your work, don’t patronize pirated copy of other’s work. #Hypocrites,’ HushPuppi had said.

Now, Kcee seems to have had enough of the flamboyant HushPuppi, saying he’s got no credibility and can’t be insulting musicians who work day and night.

Kcee went on to say EFCC should look into HushPuppi and how he makes his money, urging the anti-graft agency to ‘pay attention to details.’

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‘Dear Hushpuppi, We are musicians not paupers. Who exactly do you think you are to open your mouth and insult a musician that sweats day and night in the studio?’ Kcee said.

He added, ‘You have no credibility, no known source of income and yet you come on social media to attack hard working Nigerian musicians with traceable wealth.

‘Let’s face it, I think we’ve had enough of this nonsense and disrespect [from] you. Really, What do you do for a living, what is your talent, how did you make your money, what brand do you represent?

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‘I will take it upon myself to raise a petition against you. We want to know your source of income since you now have the nerves to come on social media and call out a brand.

‘Who is your father, Are you OBO [Davido], are you a taxable Nigerian. We need to start asking questions and the EFCC needs to start paying more ‘Attention To detail’.’


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