Responding to a post made by the producer, the man asked Enga whether he hadn't stopped stealing from upcoming musician. Irked by his remarks, the producer defended himself by asking the man to stop being ignorant as his Facebook page is verified.
The unbowed fan went ahead and told Enga that his page being verified doesn't necessarily mean he is not stealing from innocent Kenyans. He claimed that the producer stole a song from an upcoming artist named Newton and also did the same to him.
He went ahead and cursed the producer claiming that he will soon run broke and seek for financial assistance from Kenyans.
Enga had published an offer for upcoming artists to produce their songs under his label on a subsidized rate of Kshs 20,000 per song claiming that the offer would last till the end of February.
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