Stevo Simple Boy has recently become a participant in the ongoing online feud between Kenyan and Tanzanian rap artists. He expressed his intention to compete with them and stated that he would respond strongly to Tanzanian musicians using his Instagram stories.
While urging Ngesh, the creator of the hit song “Kaveve Kazoze,” to react to Tanzanian rapper Rosa Ree, who was engaging in a conflict with Kaligraph Jones, Stevo Simple Boy invited Tanzanian rappers to consider his perspective first.
“I’ve heard that you’re having a battle with us Kenyan rappers, but before you reach the level of recognition that @khaligraphjones the original gangster has, come through me and I’ll give you powerful blows and intense lyrical exchanges. Hey @bando_tz, it seems you’re fully geared for war, and @younglunya_tzs, you’re donning that strap quite well. As for you, @ni_ngesh, let’s keep the energy flowing. And @khaligraphjones, it’s time to respond to @rosaree,” he posted.
This development follows Rosa Ree’s release of a diss track directed at Kaligraph Jones.