Bahati gets Peter Blessing’s song deleted over copyright violation

Blessing song gets deleted

Bahati gets Peter Blessing's song deleted over copright violation (PHOTO/COURTESY)

In Brief

– Gospel singer Bahati deletes Peter Blessing’s latest release

If you have been keeping tabs on the recent ongoing within the entertainment world, then you are familiar with the ongoing rivalry between gospel duo Bahati and former EMB signee Peter Blessing.

Their rivalry surfaced online last week after Blessing took to his social media page decrying of his alleged misfortunes with EMB’s boss Bahati.

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According to Blessing whose real name is Peter Mwanyalo, Monday lamented how he had spent the weekend in jail alongside former labels producer Paulo.

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It is reported that Blessing was locked up by Bahati on charges of stealing sh 2 million, charges of which saw him appear Tuesday in a Nairobi court to answer to the said claims. But to which he has since denied.

On Wednesday, the musician in a video interview claimed that he had left the Bahati owned label after his boss and a fellow artist insulted his mum.

Owing to rising predicaments of the singer for the past few days, that even saw him being slapped Tuesday with a sh 200 thousand fine, all this notwithstanding, now Bahati seems to have added insult to injury by sanctioning YouTube to delete Blessing’s latest release ‘Why.’

A spot check by HafPost on YouTube confirms that indeed the song was deleted by the channel.

The Mama hit maker is yet to confirm why he had the song deleted.