K.O credits his temperament with making the game look too easy

K.O credits his temperament with making the game look too easy

- K.O took to Twitter to vent about the cut-throat game of hip hop and his experience of making it big in spite of the haters

- The artist attributed people's opinions of the industry to his own temperament, saying that he makes it seem easier than it is

- The rapper acknowledged his faith in God as he credited his career to it

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K.O decided to take to social media to air his grievances about the Hip Hop game and his journey through it. The rapper mentioned that he'd made it despite how difficult he found it and that people only think it's easy because he's mild-tempered.

K.O chalked people's opinions up to his self-proclaimed "meekness and smile" and acknowledged that there are still people who do not wish him well within the industry but that he achieved success in spite of them.

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The artist attributed his career's trajectory to "God's favour".

K.O credits his temperament with making the game look easy

K.O captured in his element. Image: K.O/Getty Images Source: Getty Images
Source: Getty Images

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Fans on Twitter were mostly supportive of the star, and commented to let him know.

@KopvilleFrost: "The only SA rapper I know who manages to reinvent himself over and over again."
@Syder51284955: "Dude you're so dope no matter who says what, keep strong God is with you"

In other entertainment industry news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Tumisho Masha playing an American sheriff in a new horror movie that is set to be released in time for Halloween.

The trailer for the movie, entitled Spell, was released online and Tumisho posted it to his Twitter and Instagram accounts. The movie does not look like it's for the faint-hearted, but Mzansi was excited to see a familiar face alongside Omari Hardwick and Loretta Devine.

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There is also excitement brewing as the film will add to the new ranks of horror movies lead by a black director and a predominantly black cast, hopefully pointing to signs that Hollywood's movie industry is committed to telling diverse stories across genres.

Spell is going to follow Omari as a father who survives a plane crash, but who grows increasingly suspicious of the elderly couple nursing him back to health with their ancient remedies. Audiences should prepare for scary stories of dark magic and witchcraft.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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