It is no longer news that Kiss Daniel’s hit single ‘fuck you’ has achieved mainstream popularity. The latest artiste to jump on the cover of the song is Victoria Kimani and she brought a whip to lash some musicians.
She has taken to the freestyle cover to a whole new level after she dragged Nigerian sweethearts, Tiwa Savage and ‘Omo Alhaji’ singer Ycee. The #FuckYouChallenge has been all fun and games until Kimani preferred to call out musicians for real.
In her cover edition, Victoria Kimani revealed that Ycee stole lyrics from her and never gave her credit for it.
Furthermore, the Kenyan singer dragged Nigerian music queen, Tiwa Savage, she accused her of “selling pu*sy” and revealed that she denied her access into her show.
See the lyrics of Victoria Kimani’s song below:
“Grandma African bad gyal,turning 45 and still claiming bad girl.You can block me from a show but you can’t block my blessings. We all know you selling pu*ssy and it’s so depressing”.
The songstress released a short clip to support her cover.
Victoria Kimani’s version has gone viral and it has garnered response from social media users. As expected, social media users especially staunch followers of Tiwa Savage would not allow Kimani emerge superior to the beloved stew queen.
They have taken to Twitter to react to the Victoria Kimani’s heinous cover which saw her slam two Nigerian superstars. See some of the response below:
Am I the only one that doesn't know Victoria Kimani until now?
Well that's what bad shades bring to you, popularity!
— DADDY THE BOY (@DaddyTheBoy) April 3, 2019
Bad! Bad! Bad!
— The OBIA of Lagos (@only1socialite) April 3, 2019
Lmao did Victoria Kimani just imply that T*wa Sausage is using football age?? pic.twitter.com/A8YQnJdYwT
— ° (@adhnok) April 3, 2019
I would never understand why females despise themselves so much. The #FuckYouChallenge has been interesting so far with comical diss, until Victoria Kimani used it an avenue to attack her fellow female artist.
— Wale Adetona (@iSlimfit) April 3, 2019
— AJ ? (@r3al___AJ) April 3, 2019