Ringtone Apoko's day began badly after he was involved in a car accident, and it appears like all of the news for him today is just gloomy.
Ringtone recently released a gospel song with Tanzanian gospel singer Rose Muhando. After a few days, YouTube emailed him a copyright claim, claiming that his video had been struck. Ringtone was then offered several options including working out the problem with the artist who created the video or having his video taken down by YouTube after seven days.
Later, Ringtone posted another video, this time requesting that the lady who struck his song accept his offer of 25k Kenyan Shillings in order to avoid the video being flagged by YouTube.
We can conclude that the problem has not been resolved because, on Tuesday, Ringtone announced on social media that his music has been flagged by YouTube. He wrote,
Ringtone has recently become a contentious figure, with various dramas airing on a daily basis. Kenyans have expressed their displeasure with his antics, with many opting to ignore him. Many believe that in order to stay relevant, the once-popular gospel musician has turned to attention-seeking theatrics.
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