Kenyan artist Krispar alias Ndovu Kuu has suffered a major setback after Youtube pulled down his hit song ‘Ndovu ni kuu’ featuring rapper Khaligraph Jones and Boutross.
The song which had over 3million views was deleted on copyright allegations by an upcoming artist- Dexta Briyanka.
According to him, the trio sampled his beats and his move was to protect his rights which he claims had been infringed.
He further claimed that the song promoted violence in Kenyatta University where parents had borrowed the narrative driven by the song that ‘there is no learning at the varsity’
According to Dexta Briyanka,he allegedly accused the artists of insulting KU university in their lyrics.
According to krispah the producer and the artist to the song,he clearly stated that the song had no intention of attacking anyone.
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