Kibera based male artist Stivo Simple Boy also known as 'Ndo Manake' is one of Kenya's most favourite upcoming artist.
The artist who is mostly liked due to his percent good natured manner, has recently found himself in a controversial situation.
This was after his recent song dubbed 'Mapenzi ya pesa,' was reported to have been stolen by the Kibera artist.
Simple Boy was accused by a comedy crew known as Ekebemimicsofficial of allegedly stealing their song. The crew, also shared a video of themselves performing some of the lyrics from Stivo Simple Boy's latest song.
"Mapenzi ya pesa ni bala-la, mapenzi ya pesa ni kala-ra." "Siku izi mapenzi ya pesa ni kuchezeana akili kama paka na panya." These lines, as well as the lyrical flow, were similar to Stivo Simple Boy's verse.
The comedy crew who claimed to own the song, did not however specify whether they wanted to sue Stivo Simple Boy for alleged copyrighted infringement.
"Composed this song before Stivo Simple Boy." "We lead they follow." The crew said in their statement on Instagram.
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