The rapper did not shy away from putting his heart on his sleeve in this interview and we think that gained the rapper more respect from the people of the south.
But, unlike other hip hop stars KO isn't the type to be spreading hate and trolling other rappers in a bid to get attention on his social media-however K.O still gets a lot of hate from the public in return.
So, it was probably a theraputic session for the muso to get his side of the story out when he sat down with Pearl Thusi to talk honestly and frankly on the show.
Their in depth conversation got #BehindTheStory trending on social media and it was because K.O spoke about his hardships with his depression that many were unaware of.
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The people on socials were also really impressed with the hostess, Pearl for asking her guest difficult questions and luckily for her, K.O held nothing back and talked about ruined friendships, the downfall of his record label, Cash Time, and how fights with artists and friends left him financially broken.
K.O was remained a good man by not speaking ill of any of those people he has fallen out with in the past.
Seems like K.O recieved an imaginary badge of honor and respect from the people of Mzansi, as he got an out pour of positive energy after the show.
We're hoping, that after the show the good vibes continually heads in this rapper's direction.
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