Here is KOT’s stinging clap back at British rapper who cancelled tour of Kenya for fear ‘crazy attacks’
British rapper, Melesha Katrina O’Garro known professionally as Lady Leshurr, has incurred the wrath of Kenyans for stating that she may not be visiting Kenya because of the terror attacks.
The 29-year-old unknown rapper is best known for her Queen’s Speech series of freestyles, the fourth of which went viral in 2016 and has a song in which she featured Mr Eazie called Black Madonna.
It started with a tweet from one fan of the rapper in Kenyan who announced that the artiste would soon be coming.
The tweet was complete with a promotion poster indicating the date, venue and ticket prices for the artiste’s show.
— Elchubbinho (@madnjomz) January 21, 2019
To which Lady Leshurr responded:
I’m not sure anymore now ? the attacks out there rn are CRAZY ? https://t.co/xX4qskaGsd
— Destined. (@LadyLeshurr) January 21, 2019
This post clearly didn’t go down well Kenyan online community, who had choice words for the rapper.
Quite ironic coming from someone who lives in the UK. https://t.co/ZDN12YWXHA
— M. (@TeddyMunene) January 25, 2019
What a sad day for the 6 people who had bought tickets ???
— Limo (@Limo_alan) January 25, 2019
Lmao, its okay we can listen to your 1 song on youtube…
— Wambui Kibathi?? (@BoboKibathi) January 25, 2019
You that is coming to perform what, 3 songs?
Stay back and record the performance on Instagram live, we’ll watch if we have the time
— Chairman (@un__ga) January 25, 2019
Then there are those who wondered who the ‘unknown’ rapper is.
Si kwa ubaya but who are you kwanza ?
— WINEJERI (@karenwanjeri) January 25, 2019
Okay it’s not trolling or anything but who is she??…madam uko na ID?
— Shuri’s Fiancè (@QsMuema) January 25, 2019
Would you be a kind *whatever you are* and remind me who you are and what business you had in Kenya?
— Rojer?? ◢ ◤ (@PiusNjeri_) January 25, 2019
?? Lool amesema Attack(S) as in plural. Smh. ni sawa tu. Haikuwa must. Ata hatukujui.
— Ms. Victoria (@bosibori__) January 25, 2019