- K.O knows the wrath and hate of social media users all too well, he's been targeted before
- Despite being called things such as a 'has-been', the musician didn't let these negative peeps keep him down
- In fact, all the bad vibes have inspired him to do better and achieve more in his career
SA rapper K.O is no stranger to hate and cruel criticism, but he has never let it drag him down.
He did admit that the negativity sometimes gets to him, but he refuses to allow the bad vibes rain on his parade.
As a musician who has gone through good and bad in his career, he knows when to shut out the things people have to say, especially on social media.
As reported on by TimesLIVE, the collapse of his label, Cashtime, meant there were difficulties that K.O had to deal with.
People commented that he was no longer relevant, saying that he is a 'has-been'.
K.O admitted that you have to be strong to deal with that kind of thing.
"You need to deal with those things. Psychologically, you need to be a beast about it. You need to have a strong will.
"When that was happening, I needed to take that in. I also needed to block out certain things.
"Certain things, unfortunately, get to you. Someone out of the woodwork comes and says you fell off, you're a has-been, call it a day."
But, in his own words, K.O won't quit his career because of someone else's opinion.
"If I want to call it a day, I will call it a day on my own terms, not because someone decided."
It may have taken a lot for him to recover from Cashtime's fall, but it, along with the bad things said about him, motivated K.O to reach even more heights. He wants to take another shot at being a record label owner.
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported earlier that K.O used to give his fans music with impressive bars but he doesn't do that any more.
His fans recently got nostalgic about his old music and asked him to go back to the music he used to make.
The musician told his fans that he couldn't do that and explained that the music game doesn't allow it.
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