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KP Illest to stop forcing issues

NEW YEAR NEW KP ILLEST…Namibian rapper has made it clear that there will be no catching feelings from him when it comes to how people receive his music.

Taking to Twitter recently, the Okay Okay hitmaker showed a vulnerable side of him, saying he used to get hurt when certain people didn’t like his music to the extent of disregarding those who loved it.

The rapper concluded the tweet with a resolution stating that he will be doing music for those who like rather, instead of forcing situations.

“Silly KP, do it for the ones that like it.”
You better be taking notes from the bar dropper and manage your 2021 well like he will be doing!

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