Octopizzo Explains How His Beef With Khaligraph Would Make Them Richer

Kenyan rapper Octopizzo (Henry Ohanga) recently weighed in on his rumored feud with fellow rapper Khaligraph Jones (Brian Ouko Omollo). Octopizzo suggests that rap beefs only make sense if they translate to financial gain for the artists involved.

In an interview, Octopizzo admitted he hadn’t heard Khaligraph’s new single “Bang” but offered to listen if it was available. He then addressed the concept of rap beefs in general.

“The only time beef makes sense is when artists want to make money,” Octopizzo explained. “But if it’s just for entertainment, then it’s bullshit. We’re better off taking our clothes off to trend. Wouldn’t getting naked get me to number one?”

He continued, outlining his vision for a more lucrative approach to competition. “Imagine two rappers with a beef announce their albums are dropping at the same time, and we see whose album sells more. Or they even go on tour together and make money off the rivalry. Until then, it’s just entertainment, and I’m not in the entertainment business.

I want money, and not just money, but a lot of money.”

Octopizzo’s comments suggest he prioritizes financial gain over manufactured rap feuds for entertainment purposes.

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