King Kaka Claims Ezekiel Mutua Removed His Song From YouTube. He's Lying. - DAILY UPDATES

King Kaka Claims Ezekiel Mutua Removed His Song From YouTube. He's Lying.


King Kaka Claims Ezekiel Mutua Removed His Song From YouTube. He's Lying.

A man who had the opportunity to become Kenya's highest selling and most respected rapper messed it up by releasing half baked projects every other week and is now resorting to juvenile tactics to remain relevant in an industry being taken by storm by younger and more creative artists from the hood.
King Kaka recently released a song named Dungaing that is part of his album Eastlando Royalty. Despite the song having a feature from a big artist like Kristoff, it performed dismally in the first days of its upload and could not even get to the 100 trending videos on YouTube.
In a bid to save face and promote his album, which most people are doubting he has started working on 31 days to its launch, King Kaka went on Twitter and Instagram telling his followers that Ezekiel Mutua had ordered him to bring down the video because it was too raunchy.
While he does not mention Ezekiel Mutua directly for fear of legal consequences, King Kaka makes it too obvious that he is talking about the KFCB chairperson.
King Kaka then goes ahead to make the video private for sometime to fool his followers that Ezekiel Mutua has made true his threat. He posts an YouTube screenshot image that shows the video is unavailable and then ridiculously claims he is working on resolving the issue.
After some hours he makes the video public again and goes live on Twitter and Instagram to claim that he had to talk to some people to bring back the video. The video quickly makes it to the list of videos trending.
The truth is that Ezekiel Mutua does not have any powers to bring down a YouTube video. The truth is that there are raunchier videos made by Kenyans on YouTube and efforts by Ezekiel Mutua to ban them proved futile.
King Kaka does not have any contacts at YouTube HQ and did not talk to anybody to make public a video he had made private.
King Kaka is in the phase of the proverbial kicks of a dying horse and nothing he does will save him from the imminent retirement he is staring at.

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