Kenyan Rapper Khaligraph Jones has shown support to dancehall star Redsan who is facing accusations of assaulting his producer Sappy.
Khaligraph appears to have taken sides with Redsan over the incident because the two are planning to release a new song together.
In Redsan's defense Khaligraph has argued that most producers are a stubborn lot, citing numerous cases of artistes being frustrated by the producer.
"Inachekesha (It's funny). That's is the G. We have a song coming out together soon. Mad respect. When I saw that and I see people leaving comments 'Ooh msanii hafai kufanya hivyo, they don't know the amount of frustration wasanii hupitia with producers," Khaligraph said.
The Bora Uhai hit maker went on to say: "Wajua wasanii wanapigia producer na hashiki simu. Umefanya na mtu ngoma, ushaambia mafans nyimbo inatoka, producer hatoi nyimbo. Wewe utapigwa."
He went on to state that it's for that reason that he made sure he started his own recording studio while maintain that no producer can mess with him as far as his music is concerned.
But his sentiments, which he shared on social media, didn't go down well with top producer Kevin Provoke who has produced several songs for local artistes.
"I am getting worried about the whole thing becoming artist versus produces. It's already going there sadly. Artistes kadhaa wanafurahjia hiyo maneno," said Provoke.