Popular Gengetone artist Major Nameye Khadija, alias Mejja, has slammed an upcoming artist Bouja Bwoy who filed a YouTube copyright claim that cost the former’s new song “Tabia Za Wakenya” to be pulled down.
The song which had gained more than 1.8 million views on the platform.
The “Wanani” hit maker could not hide his disappointment, which was seemingly aggravated by YouTube’s “no right of response” policy.
“YaaNi I Am Speechless, NiMeTumiwa Kwa Mail Na YouTube. YaaNi NiMeskia Vibaya Manze Juu Nimeambiwa Rule Ya YouTube Ni It Doesn’t Matter Kama NiKo Right Lazima Ikae Two Weeks Ndio Irudi YouTube,” a seemingly unhappy Mejja said.
Terming the move as one typical of his haters, the Gengetone artist downplayed Bwoy’s song, which was reportedly behind the copyright on Mejja’s track.
“Hii Ndio Ngoma IMe Strike #TabiaZaWaKenya Kwa YouTube UJINGA!!!! YaaNi UFala Na Deal NaYo Hate Ingine Noma,” Mejja said.
In a rejoinder, he vowed not to let the matter slide. “Am Done Being The Humble Guy Hii Na Deal NaYo!!!!” The “tumbler” guy said.
He, however, said that it would not dampen his spirits as he aims to produce more music. “SIR JAH AKO Na Mimi YOU Can SLOW ME DOWN BUT I AM NOT GIVING IN GOD ABOVE EVERYTHING.”