Bobby East Hints On Dropping ‘Hate Mail 2’
The rapper has been receiving some backlash ever since he dropped PF campaign songs
Award winning hip hop artiste Bobby East is contemplating on dropping Hate Mail 2, a sequel to the first one that was recorded and released in 2013 to answer critics that questioned his move to join Slapdee at XYZ Entertainment.
The rapper posted on his Facebook page saying: “H.M 2???? Sequels are never as good as the original but by God [sic] the content is there. We will see.”
Bobby who is signed to Kalandanya Music Promotions (KMP) has been receiving social media backlash ever since he dropped a campaign song for the Patriotic Front (PF) together with Slapdee, Nez Long and Elisha Long. The rapper who also went on to perform at PF’s Virtual Rallies has been apologetic about the action but still his disappointed fans won’t let him be.
It is believed that the backlash could be the reason behind the sequel to Hate Mail if at all it will be released. The KMP signed rapper has however noted sequels are usually not as successful as original ones.
The original Hate Mail was released in 2013 after the rapper joined XYZ Entertainments and not Macky2’s Alpha Entertainments as many of his fans expected he would.