Never to be seen again. E.V.E.R.
It seems Khaligraph and Otile Brown are not seeing eye to eye.
"Respect comes first for me," Otile said in a cryptic message on his social media.
He was showing off his home studio complete with renowned producer, Teddy B.
He added, "I can drop a song a week for one straight year and they are all hot (using two fire emojis)."
It seems like there is trouble in bromance paradise.
Otile put out a statement explaining why he has pulled down the hit collabo, Japo Kidogo.
"The video was pulled down from youtube just two days after it’s release due to management issues that I am not at liberty to discuss, unfortunately, even if I wanted to."
He continued, "This is what I would like to say though, there’s a lot of hard work, a lot of resources/money and a lot of time that goes into such a project thus my management and I would not just pull down a video just like that."
Adding, "We respect artistry and the craft but at the end of the day it’s still business and we have to respect that. All I promise is we are still going to give you our fans what you deserve which is good music. #BadMan. #WegotnothingbutLove! 🙏 bless y’all."