Some Kenyan musicians in the past few days have been left in utter shock and disbelief after their hit singles were pulled down from YouTube by an "Uploader" whose identity is yet to be revealed .
According to Sol's geneneration Nviiri the Story Teller , his hit songs 'Niko Sawa and Pombe , Sigara' have been taken down from YouTube .While his fellow colleague and friend Bensoul has lost his "Nairobi" hit song as a repercussion of the take down .
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Nadia Mukami has also fallen victim to the taken down losing top songs like Kolo , Radio Love among others which had garnered millions of views on her YouTube channel .
However, the latest singer on the block to find himself on the chopping board is none other than Jacob Otieno alias Otile Brown .The singer's top songs that were once the nation's anthems like Chaguo la Moyo, Dusuma , Such Kinda Love have all been taken down .
As a result , the singer who had over 229 Million Total Views has been left with a small figure of just 35.8 Million Total Views .
Reacting to the video , Otile who is currently taking some much needed break in South Africa peacefully called for his songs to be put back up on YouTube .As he is a humble person who respects people from all walks of life and has no beef with anyone .
But in all the videos , no singer has revealed the identity of the person in question responsible for the heinous act .
In his video , Brown referred to the uploader as "bro" which has left many Kenyans speculating that this devil's reincarnate is a man .
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