TNT and Barak Jacuzzi broke the internet yesterday after a video went viral of Barak being beaten by a gang at his own home.
Well, in an interview with Mpasho, he confessed he was attacked at home by a group of men but he is okay. He said they just wanted to use him for fame because they are not as popular as he is.
ITS BEEF, I’M POPULAR AND THEY NOT. I HAD JUST LEFT FROM AN INTERVIEW ON RADIO, THEY HEARD THE INTERVIEW. THEY WENT LOOKING FOR ME (AT THE STUDIO) WHEN THEY DIDN’T FIND ME AND THEY CAME INTO MY HOUSE. IN THE RADIO INTERVIEW, I DENIED KNOWING WHO THEY WERE AND THEY GOT PISSED. THEY WANTED ME TO ACKNOWLEDGE THEM. THEY ARE JUST SOME UNDERGROUND GANGSTER RAPPERS. NOT REALLY GANGSTER BUT WHATEVER THEY CLAIM TO BE. THEY ARE GUYS LOOKING FOR Clout.
Of course, this was a concern to every other Kenyan hip-hop artiste but Khaligraph Jones was not shy to speak about it.
At this point in the Kenyan music industry, the music is growing at a very impressive and fast rate. They are all trying to make global music.
HipHop is also becoming an art that Kenyans are appreciating thanks to the hard work from the likes of Khaligraph Jones and Octopizzo.
Of course with the beef between Barak and TNT, Khaligraph had to intervene. All he asks for is that they squash the beef and never let any form of beef go past the studio walls. Basically, just rap it out in the booth and make a huge track. No need for blows.
we are in this together fam, hip-hop is more vocal in Kenya that it has ever been let’s not mess that up for us and even for the future generation of rappers who will come after us. keep it on was strictly and never let it get past the studio walls. bless up my brothers, I got much love for Y’all
This was an interview by Address Kenya and when they posted it on social media, TNT responded to Khaligraph and said they are not letting go of that beef.
appreciate the big homie but it ain’t happening. still beef is over sucka took a ‘L’