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K.O:”I went against the grain to protect my legacy”

ByDeon Duncan

Oct 5, 2020

South African hip hop artist K.O has some words of wisdom for aspiring musicians in the country in hopes of preparing them for the harsh industry they hope to become a part of.

The rapper, who has been a victim of cyberbullying in the past, claimed to have been able to withstand the hate over the years due to his mentality and thick skin.

He stated, “My meekness & smile make em think the game is easy. Still mad folks that hate my entire existence outchea, I went against the grain to protect my legacy & brand when they tried ta get me tf outta here! God’s favour the only reason I’m still standing.”

Many of his fans praised him for being able to brush off the haters and focus on his music and fans.

He continued to say, “All new/up & coming artists ingest this into your system pronto: you’re not made for this game if you can’t handle pressure, ‘hate’, critics, bad press, fake love, fake news about you etc… this industry is def not for the fainthearted, trust me I know! Stay prayed up always.”

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