Last week, the pencil-thin rapper, Feffe Bussi released a controversial song that he used as a platform to throw stingy rhymes to his fellow musicians not caring what to come next. Showing that he meant what he was singing about, Feffe used real names and honors and descriptions of those that fell a victim in this diss song that he dubbed ‘Who Is who’.
He also concluded it by warning about any one’s response to it to do it at own risk. Among the artists that were attacked include Fik Fameica whom he refers to as Fik Makanika and a bum driller, Gravity Omutujju whom he refers to as a monkey, Victor Kamenyo whom he awarded a 32 Grade in being a dreamer, Bobi Wine, Bebe Cool among others. Read More Here:
However, Gravity and Kamenyo are the only ones that have come out publicly so far to say a word about the intentions of the Small man who appears to like Big fights.
Gravity said that he has not yet listened to the song and insisted he has no time for Feffe Bussi since he prefers making money to wasting time in cheap beef.
“I don’t care about him. I prefer making money. I don’t have time for beef,” The Mbuzi Zakutudde singer commented.
On the other hand, Victor Kamenyo threatened to release a song responding to the thin rapper in a seven days time. The ‘Nakayima’ singer added on that he understands Feffe’s condition, being infected with HIV/ AIDS that is making him utter out no sense any how.
“That guy is sick. He has HIV/AIDs and I understand his problem,…. in less than 7 days, I will release a song responding to him,“. Victor Kamenyo said.