Popular rapper Krispah has lately had one of the heated altercations ever. This came moments after one Dexta Briyanka- an upcoming artist and student at Kenyatta University- flagged down his song Ndovu Ni Kuu for several reasons. This was a major blow for Krispah being that the jam had so far garnered 3.5 million views under two months. Well, Dexta had accused the song for infringing his copyright after his beats were allegedly sampled on it.
Moreover, the KU student also cried foul, claiming that the song had heftily defamed their institution following some negative sentiments about the school that were highlighted by Krispah. Well, after moments of dispute with the famed musician, Dexta confessed having reached a conclusion with their management. Speaking through his Instagram handle, the KU student revealed agreeing on a Ksh.200,000 compensation from the Ndovu Kuu management.
"The song will be reinstated on YouTube because the payment has been made to Dexta Briyanka's bank account." He revealed.
Moreover, the upcoming artist demanded that Krispah apologise for the discouraging sentiments he uttered about Kenyatta University. Well, Krispah himself has not come out to affirm these inferences, some of the fans have even branded them as clout chasing.
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