A section of Kenyans have been angered by some artists who have removed their videos from YouTube. Otile Brown and Nadia Mukami have left their fans talking after deleting their content from the video sharing platform. The news were First announced by Nairobi Gossip club who said that a good number of Otile Brown's music are no longer available. The video include Dusuma, Aiyana, Chaguo la Moyo and Such Kind Love. [Photo Courtesy]
On the other hand, Nadia Mukami has deleted a total of four music videos. They include; Wangu, Kolo, Radio Love and Maombi. However, the two have been accused of hiding their songs to private in order to chase clout. Kenyans believe that the two artists are trying to seek public attention for their new upcoming songs.[Photo Courtesy]
This is not the first time where artist do some crazy things in the name of attracting public attention. Recently, Willy Paul has been doing everything possible to attract social media attention prior to his album launch. Fans have urged the artist to stop doing such things in order to remain relevant. Here are some of their reactions.
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