K.O’s not impressed with fans who downloaded #PTYUnLTD for mahala

K.O’s not impressed with fans who downloaded #PTYUnLTD for mahala

- K.O’s new album #PTYUnLTD has received a lot of attention

- After many fans posted screenshots of the album, K.O realised how many had downloaded it illegally for free

- The rapper cannot believe that so many fans had done this

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Rapper K.O is tired of people crying for new music when all they do is illegally download it when it actually drops.

K.O just released a new album called #PTYUnLTD, which fans had been waiting for for quite some time. The people are loving it and K.O has been basking in the glory.

Briefly.co.za learnt that K.O had an epiphany after releasing his new album. Yes, K.O has received a lot of praise from fans online, but he’s almost sure that more than half of them didn’t pay a cent to listen to it.

K.O received a number of posts online in which fans had taken screenshots of the album and posted them, along with their words of praise. It is in these posts that he noticed how many people had illegally downloaded his music for mahala!

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Responding to these fans in a post that has since been deleted, K.O made it clear to them that he knew they had used a free downloading site to get his music.

"You're disrespecting my blood, sweat and tears with this screenshot, yet you say you dig the album," is what K.O responded with.

Artists work hella hard to develop new music and it really is a slap in the face when ‘loyal fans’ source it for free.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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