Mr. Eazi Jabs K.K Fosu For Calling Him A Lazy Artiste – Listen

Nigerian singer and songwriter has finally replied the assertion of veteran Highlife musician, K.K Fosu, who described him as a lazy musician because his pitches are very bad in songs.

The “Leg Over” hitmaker decided to break his silence on the comment made by K.K Fosu through music when he featured on the remix of Kwaw Kese’s “Dondo” song.

In Mr. Eazi’s opening line on the song, he said: “me yε lazy artiste, me kͻ da wͻ bank, I hear your advice, you are not Sark … if e no be money don’t call my name”.

These lines lyrically suggest that the World Map Records signee’s advice to him means nothing to him because he is not Sarkodie and also Mr. Eazi decides to draw the attention of K. K to his financial status at the bank despite tagging him as a lazy artiste.

Hear the song the below and and check out the video of K.K Fosu making this revelation on the ‘Uncut’ show below…

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