When "Extravaganza" was used in the Azimio La Umoja campaign Sauti sol specifically Bien aimesol came forward complaining on his social media handle that the party used their song without their consent and he termed it disrespectful, his accusations trended on twitter where Kenyans came out to say Raila Odinga Using Sauti Sol's song on their campaign was a privilege for them and that they should not complain but rather embrace it.
But Bien din't have it, he went ahead to claim that's how artists get stolen from and that art should be respected, he went further to claim that the keyboard warriors supporting use of their song without their consent are illiterate and don't know what they are saying.
This led to ODM party official page coming forward and apologizing to Sauti Sol claiming they are good artists, but today morning we woke up to Sauti Sol losing 2,000 Subscribers on their YouTube channel.
Kenyans must have been offended by what Bien did and decided to take matters into their own hands.
Source : Nairobi Gossip Club
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