Naiboi was one of the best Kenyan artists and as a matter of fact every upcoming musician always wanted to work with him. This is because whenever he produces a new song, it always gets views all over and it's always a hit banger. Apparently, Naiboi has been silent for the last two years and many people thought he decided to quit music after getting fame and money. Today, Naiboi has decided to speak out and he said that he is so tired with all the kind of evil things that have been done to him. Naiboi said that he has been silent and even his fans thought he left music but the truth of the matter is that he has close to 800 songs which haven't been released. 'My hands have been tied and now I need justice'. Naiboi said these words exposing his producers who have denied him a chance of producing songs up to now. According to Naiboi, he is going to use lawyers to get justice. The artist was seemingly in pain and he couldn't withstand whatever is going on. He has asked his fans to pray for him in his journey of seeking justice.
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