Popular Kenyan artist Meja is not a happy man. This is after YouTube pulled down his latest track following copyrights claims. Meja who has responded today to why his song is no longer on YouTube revealed it was because of issues that he is trying to resolve at the moment.
An extract From Nairobi Gossip Club
According to the ‘Jana Kuliendaje’ hitmaker, an artiste complained that he had copied a sample of his work in his latest project forcing YouTube to act appropriately. Major revealed that efforts to reach out to the said person have proven futile since the said complainant is hell-bent on having the song out of YouTube.
He is however optimistic that things will fall in place and the song will be back on YouTube soon. He urged his fans to be patient as he sought out the issue. Is the said complainant justified to demand the song pilled down on YouTube? Kindly react below.
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