Kenyan singer Krispah, also called Ndovu Kuu is in rage after his most recent melody named 'Ndovu ni Kuu, highlighting Khaligraph Jones was erased from YouTube. The tune had effectively brought over 3.5 Million perspectives; and was lifted because of copyright issues.
This is after an upcoming artsist named Dexter claimed that the beat of the song was originally his but krispah stole it from him.
According to Krispah, he claims that copyright issues is not the reason why his song was removed from YouTube. He says that he believes his song was removed from YouTube because of the verse where he says "hakuna masomo KU" which has affected Kenyatta University.
Krispah also added that Kenyatta University called him claiming that his song has affected the intake of the university.
He accepts that the two charges are incredibly associated; and the singer who professes to have his beats taken is one of Kenyatta University's friends who krispah claims that he's also a comrade there.
The majority of Krispah's fans have likewise responded in rage; guaranteeing that it's unreasonable for a decent song like Ndovu Kuu to be lifted because of unimportant reasons.
Krispah has notwithstanding, vowed to make a move and bring his track back to you tube.
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