Ugaboys and Pallaso have found themselves at the center of a heated online feud following remarks made by Ugaboys regarding Pallaso’s recent collaboration with Konshens, “Want Money.”
During an interview with Galaxy TV, Ugaboys criticized Pallaso’s latest song, igniting a fiery exchange of words between the two camps.
Pallaso swiftly responded to the criticism on his X social media platform, condemning Ugaboys as mere “Amapiano wannabes” who lack the ability to produce a hit song.
In retaliation, Ugaboys fired back, highlighting Pallaso’s journey in the music industry. They pointed out that despite starting his career in 2005, it took him nearly a decade to achieve his first hit song, “Amaaso,” a collaboration with Radio & Weasel in 2014. This jab struck a nerve with Pallaso who the Ugaboys labeled as having quick temper.
The feud escalated as Pallaso labeled Ugaboys as “old upcoming” artists and declared it his duty to revive failed careers.
However, amidst the online clash, Ugaboys have cemented their own success, notably with their breakout hit “Salary,” which excited audiences and dominated charts in the past year.