People seem to have all forgotten the onetime feud between Malaysia-based Nigerian rich kid, Ray Hushpuppi and some Nigerian musicians. But Kcee still feels the feud which sets the media on fire needs to be properly addressed.
Recalled that Kcee, the front-liner of Five Star Music, fired some shots at the self-acclaimed Gucci brand ambassador after shading fellow musicians, Phyno and Ice Prince.
Hushpuppi threw a punch when he tried to humiliate Phyno and Ice Prince, saying the musicians are fond of wearing fake Patek wristwatches and hence, they should stop complaining when people pirate their music.
In a swift reaction to Hushpuppi’s statements, Kcee wadded into the trolls, lamenting Hushpuppi’s lack of credibility and known source of income.
The Limpopo crooner, further threatened to petition the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission against Hushpuppi, with claims that the Nigerian authorities needed to start paying attention on him.
Again in a recent interview, Kcee dropped some bombshells and what prompted his reaction to a feud that wasn’t directed at him in the first place.
His words; “Hushpuppi is a young man and the first time I saw him randomly, I saw he was just on social media, hating on Wizkid and in no time, Davido. And you will agree with him that he kept doing that.
“Trust me, we celebrities work too hard, and have worked so hard to get to where we are. You can’t just come from nowhere in a bid to ride on our back to get fame because you have some money. I’ve had sleepless night in the studio over time.
“At some point he said something about me but didn’t mention my name, then he talked to Phyno and Ice Prince. Trust me, that day I didn’t find it funny and I reacted the exact way I was feeling. My reaction was just enough is enough, we need to hush that…”
When asked if he eventually made the petition he threatened of against Hushpuppi, he said; “I didn’t do that, it was just a warning, and a lot of people tried to call me on the phone after that which is not my problem.
“My only problem is that the world we are all living in today has a lot of people on social media; they are learning from everything happening there. So if you keep insulting people, what are you teaching the other people? And I just think there should be a little bit of decency in everyone.”