Monday, February 13 2012
Last Wednesday, Straka dashed to her wall and wrote this: "l am a little disturbed by these lousy boys[the good life crew]my workmate here kasuku has jst been telling me that they have gone as far as singing about me in their song.
all l advise them is to style up coz me saying they steal songs l have facts l have played several songs they have stolen on lateshow. So u boys it's high time u know that it's a job l'm doing and l'm paid for it ..." The WBS late show presenter ranted.
What upset Straka most was the fact that they did a song which was about her family something that did not go down well with her and urged whoever could help her get the message to them that if they did their music professionally, then that would silence her.
It's not the first time the Goodlyfe Crew are clashing with Straka. She has always thought the Goodlyfe Crew were partly behind her break-up with Sizzaman the father of her child.
Responding to this, Weasel posted on his wall; "As Huge as ....Straka." Straka has not yet seen this but her sympathizers were quick at taking Weasel on. He opted on using bad language which words we will not reproduce here.
He was told to be a good boy he once was and this is wat he had to say; "I was once a good boy but failures like Straka make us wanna say it all....they hate shooting stars."
According to Straka, the Goodlyfe Crew's music is way off the charts and they are heading for a music slump.
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