Award winning HipHop artiste “King Illest” a day ago claimed he was initially supposed to feature on Slapdee’s “Mother Tongue” album. The Kakwama Hitmaker took it to Facebook and revealed he actually dropped a verse on a song called “Mali” off the album but unfortunately King Dizzo took off his verse.
King Illest was reacting to a comparison post between his song “Kakwama” and Slapdee’s Mali. The post was on our Facebook page as a way of asking fans to choose their favorite since both are Tonga songs with similar concepts.
Few months ago, King Illest claimed Slapdee never dropped a song he featured on which in turn made the “South Side Gang” furious and decided to start taking shots at him on social media. Part of the reason for the escalation of the social media feud was also the refusal by Slapdee to put a verse on “Ba Cheende” which ended up featuring Macky 2.
It seems the alleged Slapdee song was the same “Mali” which instead features a rising rapper “Loco Lunatik” on the album.