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Otile Brown in copyright battle over ‘Chaguo la Moyo’ song

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otileOtile Brown is one angry man after his song featuring Sanaipei Tande was deleted from Youtube over copyright issues.

A lady only identified as Janet Kipsang claims to own the rights to the song and that the singer stole it from her.

The song dubbed Chaguo la Moyo was released in mid April and fans are still furious why it took the lady so long to file a complaint.

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Otile took to social media to express his anger as he promised his fans more while his team follos up on the allegations.

“So YouTube @youtube just removed #chaguolamoyo from my channel with over 1.4million views due to copyright claims got me wondering why would someone claim for my own sh* . Damn this is so shady . I work soo hard but people tryna fight me everyday. I seem cool and stupid to some people but am a beast brah and you can’t kill me easily coz I got Gods favour in me .. am not even mad am just disappointed how people can be this mean in this game .. my team is working on it but I won’t stress coz I got so much hits songs to flood the game .but , just be careful it doesn’t cost you big time .. it’s a stupid move, hope it gives you peace  .. Don’t worry my fans I gat you.’’ He wrote

Otile’s bae Vera Sidika also took to social media to support her man after the video was pulled down.

“Someone got Bae’s video deleted by Youtube due to “Copyright Claims” like wtf how malicious can one be tho! FYI; he’s just getting started… his star is about to shine brighter than haters future! No matter how hard y’all try! You won’t succeed. 1.4 million views in less than a month got them shaking…brace yourselves coz y’all haters ain’t ready.” She posted.