In the song, Papa Jones talks about how being a celebrity comes with a lot of unwanted pressure and hatred, and they are forced to do things the way fans want.

He goes ahead to give examples of the many innocent celebrities who have fallen victims to trolls for living their lives and doing what they do best.

Khaligraph mentioned Bahati as one of the celebrities that have experienced the bullying from fans first hand, stating that when he started his music career he went by the name ‘Mtoto wa Mama’ but twitter trolls had turned him into being ‘Mtoto wa Diana’ his wife, who is a few years older than him.

Kuwa celebrity ni garama juu wakishakujua ni lawama, Bahati akianza alikuwa mtoto wa mama sahii twitter amegeuziwa yeye ni mtoto wa Diana hakuna huruma siri ni kulenga tu,” says the rapper in the song.

Bahati however later on posted a message saying he loved the mention, a message which was reaffirmed by Diana.

However Papa Jones went live on Instagram Live stating that he was not dissing the Barua singer but he was only saying what people on twitter have been saying.

He further accused people of trying to make it look like he was being disrespectful to Bahati, which is actually not the case.