Rwanda’s hip hop star Jay Polly is not happy with opposition leader Faustin Twagiramugu using his song Ikosora to portray his political motives.
This comes after Twagiramugu urged Rwandan youths to use the song’s lyrics in line of his Rwanda Dream Initiative opposition party through twitter, which aims at making youth passive government in a negative way.
While speaking to Rwandashow.com, rapper Jay Polly denied his song Ikosora having any connection to do with politics.
“Ikosora song talks about the growing of hip hop genre in Rwanda but not politics and I don’t see why Twagiramugu wants to use it for political ends to deceive the youth,” says rapper Jay Polly.
Jay added that, people should consider my side because am the author of the song not Twagiramungu.
In one of the chorus in the song, the rapper calls upon youth never to give up on working for the better future especially in trusting their inborn talents.
Jay Polly started his music career way back in 2000 as a street rapper with fellow tuff gangs rappers like Green P, Bull Dog and Fireman.
The Hisha Munda star is currently one of the best hip hop stars in Rwanda and drop his long awaited music album dubbed Ikosora on Tuesday.
The rapper boasts of songs like Hisha Munda, Ndacyahumeka, I Bwiza and his latest new single dubbed Ikosora.