Ugandan rapper Victor Kamenyo has served fellow singer Feffe Bussi with am ultimatum of three days to revoke the dissing song he made about him. He promises to retaliate if the song is not withdrawn within the time given.
At the start of the month, Feffe Bussi, a.k.a ‘The Smallest Rapper‘ released a song titled ‘Who Is Who‘. The rap song contained lyrics dissing fellow rappers Fik Fameica, Victor Kamenyo, and Gravity Omutujju. The smallest rapper also dared anyone of the above mentioned never to retaliate or risk an end to their careers.
Fik Fameica distanced himself from any retaliation and while on an interview on NBS TV’s KURT show, the ‘Property’ singer said he cannot get involved in such foul play and he wants to keep his brand clean. Gravity has also kept a low profile since then, and Feffe Bussi might just have won over the two rappers.
The third rapper however, Victor Kamenyo, vowed to go ham on Feffe Busi and has therefore served him with an ultimatum of 3 days to revoke the dissing song. Kamenyo through his social media platforms has urged Feffe Bussi to apologize and withdraw the ‘Who Is Who‘ song and failure to do so will prompt him to retaliate. Victor Kamenyo had this to say;
“Whoever dissed me in a song I have given you 72 hours to withdraw your song on all social media platforms. If you don’t respond positively, I will be forced to release my ‘Nagasaki & Hiroshima‘ song and it will torment you for the rest of your life!”
We expected something like this, and we expect more from the rappers involved. We shall keep you posted.