Popular Black Leo Artist Fahim the Drama King has criticized Ambassador Kao Denero  in terms of Exposing Sierra Leonean Artiste in International Platforms. The Rapper made a controversial comparison between Ambassador Kao whom he describes as his Boss and the Popular Nigerian Singer Wizkid.

He cited Wizkid recent show in the O2 Arena where he featured many Nigerian Artistes to perform showcasing Nigerian Acts to the world and In front of thousands of fans.

He further asked a question on how many times his boss has travelled on tours invitation? And how man Performance of his Acts has he ever invited to go and perform? The rapper stated that he made this state with no hard feeling for his Boss Ambassador Kao Denero.

There were mixed reactions on his Facebook page as some Black Leo Fans supported his statements while others disagree with his opinion. A popular Black Leo fan who identified himself as Real Black expressed his love for Fahim. However, he advice the rapper to meet Ambassador Kao and ask For Forgiveness. He stated that no matter the rift between Fahim and his boss, the Kao will Forgive. He Conclude by saying that Fahim Should  Stay Loyal to Black Leo and should not feel haughty to be around Ambassador Kao.

The 02 Arena at Wembley in London is a musical landmark that has left a stamp in the history of global music, granting megastars a memorable location equipped with beautiful acoustics and space to thrill fans from all walks of life to live performances of their records. Over the years, megastars such as Beyonce, Spice Girls, Rihanna and more set a world record by selling out the 20,000 people large space under 15 minutes. In the spirit of African excellence and while channeling Afropop to the world Nigeria’s very own Wizkid, proved he was a global megastar through and through when he sold out tickets to his headline show at the self-same 02 Arena thrice, with the first ticket selling out in 12 minutes and the second, within two minutes.

This feat already earmarked his performances as one for the books and on the 29th of November, Wizkid had indeed taken London by storm with three nights of an unforgettable display of music and all-round black excellence. Teasing his upcoming project to be titled ‘More Love, Less Ego,’ the megastar also walked the talk by sharing the stage with several musical stars the world over, serving to shine a larger spotlight on a number of fast-rising Nigerian talents for the first time ever at the 02 Arena in 2021.