Rapper and fan exchange heated words on twitter

IllBliss did not take it lightly when a fan tweeted that he is not a rapper. The hiphop artiste replied, cursing that a thousand bats descend and rape his mum.

Ill Bliss

The tweep tweeted at Ill Bliss, saying that he is not regarded as a rapper and that rapping was not his calling, prompting the rapper's reply and a back-and-forth tirade which culminated in the rapper warning the tweep to watch his mouth, and then going on to block him.

The hip-hop recording artiste and Capital Hill boss, went very hard on the user, Song Writer (@PazqalEriq), but later apologized, saying that he was sorry for the choice of his words, and that the tweep was entitled to his opinions.

The rapper has deleted the tweets.

Watch IllBliss drop his opinions in the video interview below:

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