Youtube deletes ‘Ndovu ni kuu’ song by Krispar ft Boutross, Khaligraph Jones

By , K24 Digital
On Sun, 18 Jul, 2021 16:05 | < 1 min read
'Ndovu ni kuu' singers- Krispah, Khaligraph Jones & Boutross. PHOTO/COURTESY

Kenyan artist Krispar alias Ndovu Kuu has suffered a major setback after Youtube pulled down his hit song ‘Ndovu ni kuu’ featuring rapper Khaligraph Jones and Boutross.

The song which had over 3million views was deleted on copyright allegations by an upcoming artist- Dexta Briyanka.

According to him, the trio sampled his beats and his move was to protect his rights which he claims had been infringed.

He further claimed that the song promoted violence in Kenyatta University where parents had borrowed the narrative driven by the song that ‘there is no learning at the varsity’

This is however not new among artists as early June, Genge artist Major Nameye Khadija known for his stage name Mejja hit song Tabia-za-wakenya was pulled down over similar accusations.

The song which had gathered over 1.6 million views was also reported by an upcoming artist Bouja Bwuoy.

Confirming it, Mejja in an Instagram post wrote “I am speechless. You can slow me down but I am not giving in. God above everything.”

These allegations had been reported by blogger Robert Alai who shared part of his conversation with the artist on social media.

Mejja then took to social media to refute the claims slamming them as ‘hate on another level’

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