Rapper K.O says there's no filter for being ugly inside and attitude

Rapper K.O says there's no filter for being ugly inside and attitude

- Cashtime rapper K.O took to social media to drop some wisdom about pretending on social media

- The rapper said no amount of filters can hide a person's bad attitude, no matter how hard they try

- K.O's fans and Mzansi social media users commented on the matter, with many agreeing with the rapper

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Mzansi rapper K.O decided to take to Twitter to school the streets on facts about life. The Call Me hitmaker told the timeline that it's not possible to hide a bad attitude on social media.

K.O is known for often dropping some food for thought on social media and this time was no different.

He told the timeline that nothing can mask bad energy. It is a known fact that some people like to put on a show for social media.

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Rapper K.O says there's no filter for being ugly inside and attitude

Rapper K.O dropped some wisdom on the Twitter timeline about being pretentious on social media. Image: @mrcashtime
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"There’s no photoshop or filter for energy. Doesn’t matter how good you look, if your energy/attitude stinks? You’re ugly Have a great week tho," said K.O.

A number of Mzansi social media users and K.O's fans were in agreement about what he had said on Twitter. Briefly.co.za put together a few reactions to K.O's words on the microblogging site:

@Sgqa8 commented: "No other way to say this - this is it."
@manfredm264 said: "That’s a super fact."
@hungry_cee commented: "If what you seek is true influence, there's only one source. Jesus Christ."
@Sima1711 said: "Goat talk."
@Tebogo28 commented: "That's just it."

In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Nota Baloyi dragged Cassper Nyovest, claiming that the rapper has a fragile ego. Nota Baloyi took to social media recently and dragged one of Mzansi's biggest rappers Cassper Nyovest.

Nota, who is Kwesta's former manager, shared that Mufasa has fallen and new kid on the block Focalistic has taken his position in the hip-hop scene.

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Nota took to Instagram on Sunday, 3 January and shared a lengthy post about how the Amademoni hitmaker now thinks he is bigger than the Mzansi hip-hop movement.

"WE 'the SA Hip-hop' community came together to get Cassper from the DOME to FNB and instead of him seeing how far we could get together, he instead wanted to act as if he got us there on his own," said Nota.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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