meja's tabia za wakenya removed from youtube due to a copyright claim

Mejja- Tabia Za Wakenya [photo courtesy]>

Mejja- Tabia Za Wakenya [photo courtesy]

by Beatrice Ambasa June 11, 2021

Genge artist Mejja's song Tabia Za Wakenya is missing in action after it was removed from YouTube due to a copyright claim.

This is a significant setback for Mejja as the song had over 2 Million views in just 3 Weeks.

The copyright claim was from an upcoming artist known as Kevin Ochieng, who had earlier on exposed the singer and his producer Vicky Pon Dis for allegedly sampling beats from his song.

Ochieng, who says his stage name is Revina, said he recorded the song before Mejja put it up on his YouTube channel.

In his response, Mejja refuted the claims stating that; 

"NiLiKuwa Mimea Zangu NaKuTaNa Na Hii UFala, YaaNi Hate on Another Level, I Am The Same Person Helping New Artist Sasa Leo NiMeKuwa NaChuKuwa Doba Inaitwa DuNia, If Hii Ni Design Yaku Ni Slow Down Siwachi KUTOA NGOMA BELIEVE THAT HADI NIFE GOD ABOVE EVERYTHING," wrote the Genge veteran.

The pulling down of Tabia Za Wakenya comes weeks after another accusation made against him that ended up costing him his song #NaitwaMejja.

The song was pulled down from YouTube hours after its release.

The Siskii hitmaker confirmed the song was pulled down from YouTube because it was reported for sampling, and the person who reported him refused to come to an understanding with him.