In the world of hip-hop, drama and controversies seem to be a never-ending cycle. This time, it was K.O, the talented rapper and musician, who found himself in the midst of a heated Twitter war with Nota Baloyi, a controversial podcast presenter.
The feud started when Nota accused K.O’s brother, Don Design, of being involved in the tragic killing of the late rapper Kiernan “AKA” Forbes. Don Design, who is not only K.O’s brother but also a close friend of AKA, was with him on that fateful day when he was shot and died on the 10th of February.
K.O, whose real name is Ntokozo Mdluli, wasted no time in addressing Nota’s baseless accusations. Taking to Twitter, he unleashed a fiery response, shutting down Nota and rebuking him for his audacity. With a touch of sarcasm, K.O called Nota a demon and reminded him of his irrelevance in the face of AKA’s condemnation of him before his passing.
“Satan I rebuke you! You appropriated a man’s tragic passing for relevance, a man who condemned your whole existence before he passed. It’s documented. Then proceeded to spew disgusting lies about me and everyone you maliciously and falsely accused. You sickly demented man! No matter how hard you pray to the devil you worship your lies will never miraculously turn into truth. Hell awaits you lil demon.”
Satan I rebuke you!
You appropriated a man’s tragic passing for relevance, a man who condemned your whole existence before he passed. It’s documented. Then proceeded to spew disgusting lies about me and everyone you maliciously and falsely accused. You sickly demented man! No… https://t.co/WAVs5yd6nX
— K.O (@MrCashtime) December 21, 2023
K.O’s response not only shut down Nota’s accusations but also showcased his wit and ability to turn a phrase. It’s clear that he won’t let anyone tarnish his reputation or spread false information about him or his loved ones.
The Twitter war between K.O and Nota escalated when K.O took a moment to reflect on his career. He acknowledged the ups and downs he has faced, from the early success with his group to the challenges he encountered as a solo artist. But he made it clear that he’s come out on top and obliterated the skeptics who doubted his abilities.
“Watching my career in real-time might give the impression that this sh*t easy. Easy to undermine the fact that I came out hot with the group, took off as a solo act, fell off and got hated for a min, did the impossible when I came back and obliterated the skeptics. I’m humbly in an island of my own if we talking longevity and career span in the game. RIP”
K.O’s words serve as a reminder that success in the music industry is not always a smooth ride. It’s filled with highs and lows, but it’s how one bounces back from the challenges that truly defines their career.
Despite the drama and controversies, K.O remains focused on his music and his own path. He refuses to let the negativity consume him and continues to thrive in the industry. His longevity and career span speak for themselves, and he’s proud to be in an “island of his own.”
As the Twitter war between K.O and Nota dies down, it’s clear that K.O has had the last word. His fiery response shut down the false accusations and showcased his wit and resilience. The music industry can be a tough place, but K.O proves time and time again that he’s here to stay.