Eric Omondi Responds to Stivo Simple Boy, Managers in New Song Days After Rapper’s Bashing
- Eric Omondi spoke with Stivo Simple Boy and his managers after a backlash he received online about how they treated the musician
- While the veteran comedian was defending himself, he released a rap song that disappoints Kroner Freshi Barida and his team, telling them they failed in a simple mission.
- Netizens have expressed mixed reactions after releasing their dis-track with some in defense of Simple Boy while others laugh at the lyrics
Famous comedian Eric Omondi gave his right or response to aspiring singer Steve the Simple Boy and his managers days after he was beaten for not paying singer Ndio Maanake.
Eric Omondi discredits Steve the Simple Boy
It all started when it turned out that Simple Boy used bus while travel to Mombasa, where he was to perform alongside Nigerian star Ruger.
However, photos have appeared on the network showing a Freshi Barida cruner at the Mtito Wa Ndei Hotel eating after a stop on the road, while other stars, such as Moya David and Ruger, used flight.
Omondi then released a statement against the management of Stivo Simple Boy, claiming that they did not have the interests of their artist at heart.
The comedian noted that Stivo's management used more than 84,000 KSh, and yet their artist did not pay to attend the event.
However, Steveau's leadership is in retaliation and trying to clear his name leaked a phone call between them and Eric, where the funny man begged Steve to take the stage without pay.
But now Omondi has continued the drama with a dis-track called Mayoo, where he urged the singer and his management not to use this opportunity wisely.
Part of the song said:
“Ruger ana manager mmoja anafly first class, wewe na mamanager watatu uko kwa bus, nimeorganise collabo mnalala kwa class, saa hii mnanitafuta nitawapiga na glass, mnafaa kupigwa maviboko, vibare, mnakula 80k na hamjalipwa”. (Ruger has one manager and flies first class, you and a lot of managers, you're on the bus, I organized a callabo but you slept on it and now you're looking for me, you all deserve to be beaten, you're at KSh 80,000 but you weren't paid.)
Next, the comedian dug in on music And his team said he tried to help them, but they couldn't help.
Reactions of network users
Here are some comments from a social media post:
“Xii sasa inaitwa kukosa kazi.”
“Sasa xii iko sava. Kenyan music industry on another level, at least clout ndio industy is growing, Steve gives you sleepless nights.”
“Kumbe Simple Boy Anawapeia sleepless nights hivi inafika mnamtolea diss buana mayoo”.
“Penye imefika hatujui tu stand kwa Erico ama Stivo”.
A simple boy plays with Ruger
Steve Simple Boy recently left Kenyans in Stitches after vowing to beat Nigerian singer Ruger in game station game.
Steveau's fans encouraged him to do everything he could to win game while Some cheerfully ridiculed him, wondering if he could play.
Hit singer Freshi Barida, who recently released the song Usherati, was among the artists who lined up to perform on the Nigerian star Mombasa concert.