Nadia Mukami Vows To Go To Court After Her Song Is Unfairly Pulled Down From YouTube

Award winning musician Nadia Mukami is in frenzy of rage after her song from two years ago was pulled down by YouTube as a result of claimed copyright issue. The 25 year old musician’s hit song dubbed ‘Tesa’ featuring Khaligraph Jones and Fena Gitu was removed from YouTube recently; and the culprit is already known by Nadia.

She has promised to take the issue to court; adding that the person will serve as an example to the rest who use unscrupulous means to claim copyrights.

Nadia showed resentment & rage on her Instagram as she vowed not to let the issue slide without taking legal action;

”I am officially going to court !!   I am ready to spend all the money I have! All the coins I have made to ensure that no person in this Kenyan music industry will ever send a malicious copyright strike again!! A song I released 2 years ago has a copyright strike from a song from a year ago!! Those who sent you please make sure they can fund your lawyer fees!! Mark my words, this person will serve as an example to people sending malicious strikes!!! I hope you have a lawyer!!”

Nadia continued to share the song that claimed a copyright, maintaining that all this is for clout.

”This idiot claims his song sounds like TESA. Vitu mnafanya for clout zitawamaliza! For fairness I am moving to court!!”

Nadia Mukami’s ‘Tesa’ had already garnered millions of views; and this is what has ignited Mukami’s rage. It’s only a matter of time before justice is served.


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