Updated: May 24, 2019
Youthful rapper, Kofi Mole, has responded to a remark by one of his fans who labeled him as a "misrepresentation kid," saying the case is unmerited.
The Twitter client guaranteed that the rapper was just utilizing music as a coverup.
The allegations pursued the 'Don't Be Late' rapper's previous remarks that individuals think rappers play road hawkers just to pull in feelings.
'Cheating no b hustling… ..Selling Water and spoils in rush hour gridlock is hustling,' the hit read.
In any case, Mole in his answer said he left home at a youthful age to seek after his fantasies in the city and, accordingly, wouldn't rap about things that haven't occurred in his life, as others may do.
kofi mole@kofi_molemost people think that the rappers of this generation just love to rap about hustle in order to attract sympathy. nahh this is our life. ain't nobody faking out here. yabr3 ruff!
“Nahh, this is our life. Ain’t nobody faking out here. Yabr3 ruff! [We have really suffered],” Mole noted.
“Who’s frauding my guy? Lol *because Kofi Mole looks fly, because Kofi Mole wears expensive clothes, because Kofi Mole has dreadlocks and because Kofi Mole is living the life you wish to live you tag my hustle “fraud” … Ask about me at Kantamanto market. Ask about me at Tiptoe lane,” Mole reacted.
kofi mole@kofi_moleWho's frauding my guy? lol *because Kofi Mole looks fly, *because Kofi Mole wears expensive clothes *because Kofi Mole has dreadlocks *because Kofi Mole is living the life you wish to live you tag my hustle "fraud" Ask about me at Kantamanto market Ask about me at Tiptoe lane