Kajei Salim is a Kikuyu Mugithi artist who is among those sued by JB Maina about copyright issue. He has been silent ever since the accusation started but to day he narrated his story of how he met Samido and grown together before they both became famous.
According to Kikuyu Celebrity News, Kajei Salim took to his Facebook page to narrate to his followers how he met Samido back in 2017. He said that they met in a certain club in Githurai 44 during that time he had not released his hit song 'Nie Ndiri Mutwe', they met again in 2018 and they would rehearsals together and that's how their friendship grew. They have travelled outside country to perform to around 15 countries like Dubai, France, Switzerland among others. He said he is a friend that he respects and values.
About the copyright issue he said he prefers not to comment about it at the moment but when the time is right he shall do it, silence is golden he added.
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