King Kaka and Sauti Sol have been throwing words at each other since early September when the rapper first took a swipe at the quartet and other top musicians.
Speaking in an interview with Radio Maisha to promote his new song ‘Run Ting’ with Fena Gitu, King Kaka sensationally claimed the likes of Nameless, Redsan and Sauti Sol hadn’t done enough to push for the growth of Kenya’s music industry.
Sauti Sol and King Kaka have seen been embroiled in a beef while Redsan and Nameless chose to ignore the attention seeking rapper.
Wyre has now put in his two cents on King Kaka’s beef with Sauti Sol. The veteran dancehall singer openly disagreed with King Kaka explaining that it was an individual choice for veteran artistes to support budding musicians.
“I wouldn’t agree with King Kaka sentiments. A veteran artiste helping other artistes is an individual choice to make. If one feels he or she is in a position to help then its cool and if an individual feels not to, then there is no problem with that. This is because its a very very expensive venture, it needs a lot of money and requires time and patients. You have to pay for their videos, audios, song writing and stuffs that comes with that line. And where does all that money come from? Its even harder when yourself you are an artiste because you also need to invest in your work as well as those under you,” said Wyre.