Renowned Genge artiste Major Nemeye Khadija aka Mejja has once again been left speechless after his hit song, ‘Maisha’ was pulled down from YouTube over copyright claims.
He took to Instagram to share the information that his hit song ‘Maisha’ had been pulled down from YouTube due to copyright claims and promised to fight back.
“Nishazoea!!!! Anyway Working on It Ikibaki Poa Ikienda Pia Ni Poa MUNGU YUKO,” Mejja wrote.
The yet-to-be-disclosed artist has accused Mejja of using a section of their content on his new hit song ‘Maisha.’
According to a screengrab he shared through his Instagram page, a yet to be disclosed artist had accused him of lifting part of their content and used it on his new hit Maisha.
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This is not the first time Mejja has been accused of copyright. About four months ago, YouTube pulled down his hit song “Tabia za Wa Kenya” copyright claims by an upcoming artist Boujo Bwoy.
Responding to the claims, he said, “You can slow me down, but I will never give up, God above everything.”
“The latest action by YouTube will be sorted, and my hit song will be back,” he told his fans.
The song, mainly a celebration of President Kenyatta’s lifted curfew, premiered about a week ago.
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