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Here Is Why Ndovu Ni Kuu Song Released By Krispah Was Deleted

The song Ndovu Ni Kuu had already garnered three million views on YouTube before it was deleted. YouTube has explained that the song was deleted following a copyright claim by Dexta Briyanka an upcoming Kenyan dancehall, r&b and reggae singer.

Briyanka's statement on his Instagram page, claimed that his own jams were sampled. Briyanka 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’.

Nimeitoa YouTube because it is infringing my rights and also it has promoted violence in Kenyatta University. Hata mzazi halipi fee juu wanasema hakuna masomo KU. Lets meet in court if you have an issue,” the musician claimed.

This is however not new among artists as early June, Genge artist Major Nameye Khadija known for his stage name Mejja hit song Tabia-Za-Wakenya was pulled down over similar accusations.

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Briyanka Kenyatta Krispah Ndovu Ni Kuu Nimeitoa


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