King Saha faces jail over ‘Mulilwana’ Plagiarism


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Kibijigiri whose music has been silent for some time now used to be one of the most popular Kadongomkamu artists of the last decade especially for the creativity he exhibited in his videos one of which was also titled ‘Mulirwana’ that contributed so much to his success with the audience.

Kibijigiriri says Saha did a version of his song without seeking permission from him and to make matters worse, he did not even consult him before attempting to work out the song.

Kibijigiriri also complains that Saha has refused to acknowledge him as the original creator of the hit saying, ” l have tried on several occasions to contact Saha about this matter but he is just adamant and trying to confuse me; I have now handed the matters to my lawyers; l invested a lot in this song and won’t allow him to just get it on silver-plate.”

ChimpLyfe corps talked to Saha who denied Kibijigiriri’s allegations saying , ”He(Kibijigiriri) is simply seeking cheap popularity, just using me as a stepping stone; l don’t know this guy and l have never heard the song he is alleging that I stole from him.”


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