By Our Reporter
Singer Pallaso does not let trends go by without his involvement. Every season, he has what to talk about it and indeed his view counts to many of his followers.
Well, he is not going to let the Bebe Cool and King Saha Beef go in silence without adding a voice to it. He recently outed his new song dubbed “Zakayo and Matayo” in response to the songs sung by King Saha and Allan Hendricks.
The song tells a story of a man called Zakayo who doesn’t care about his wife and he is being warned by a friend who tells him that another man called Matayo will take him away if he doesn’t stand up for himself.
Netizens have since perceived it as an attack on Bebe Cool but Pallaso maintains that it’s just a song that teaches society about how to treat people well and avoid petty fights.
King Saha released Zakayo a few weeks ago and this is reported to have been directed to Bebe Cool although he has not yet come out to confess. Bebe Cool’s son Allan Hendricks jumped onto it and released Matayo in response to King Saha, to shield his father. Pallaso’s latest ” Zakayo and Matayo” could turn it into an extension like Feffe Busi’s “Who Is Who”.