By Ishmael Bayoh
K-One shamed on stage
Hip Hop artiste, K-One was shamed on stage while performing as a guest artiste at the Kao Denero launching on Atlantic Beach, April 7. The rapper was part of black Leo at its initial stage but he had said he left the group because of the beef with Dry Yai Crew. While he was performing, group of boys in blue went on stage and took the mic from him. K-one was stunned but when he was given again mic, he said “ I was part of black Leo let by gone be by gone, things had gone wrong but we should now move on”.
The CEO of RFM is back
The Chief Executive Officer of Red Flag Movement, and also the elder brother of LAJ, Ismaila Bah is back. Such was the ranting from some ardent fans of RFM last week as they shouted ‘the CEO is back’ but did not state where he was. There are two possible areas, the RFM CEO had gone: he is based in the U.S.A and might have gone to Europe to ‘dreg’. The second area where he might have gone or come from is from the prisons in the United States. RFM CEO is alleged to be indulged in unhealthy trade in the States as all what his younger brother, LAJ flashes around with comes from him.
Menace Da General and Souferior stuck in U.S
They could be referred to as two of Sierra Leone’s budding rap stars based in the U.S.A. Menace have a popular track called ‘drink tay u alaki and Souferior, ‘pull na do’. These two have not had a rosy album launching when they were in town two years’ ago and despite releasing more tracks, Sierra Leone is still far away from them.
(C): Politico Newspaper