Singer Vivian has landed in hot soup when a locality of netizens lectured her over claims that TikTok queen Azzaiad Nasenya declined to push her latest hit with Stevo easy Boy at a value.
In a video wide circulated on Thursday, the songster is seen explaining to Jamal Gadaffi however Azziad refused to push the song unless she is salaried. She said,
“Kuna influencer sahi at the moment anavuma sana pale tik tok na tulimuongelesha tukamuuliza kama anaweza share song yangu an Stivo akasema tumlipe.”
Vivian’s claims on the difficulty triggered intense reactions on Twitter wherever she was defendant of title and was suggested to respect people’s hustle.
In Azziad’s defence, several claimed the TikTok queen had already created a reputation for herself and she or he merited payment for whole or product promotion.
From the backlash, it’s evident that Kenyans were sad with Vivian’s remarks concerning Nasenya World Health Organization is additionally making an attempt to make a higher life for herself and it had been solely truthful of her to invite payment. Here area unit a number of the responses to Vivian;
MonroseMurugi “The entitlement some celeb “gatekeepers” have is astounding. Vivian expected Azziad to promote her song with Stivo Simple Boy for FREE. Producer, cameramen & director were paid lakini marketing & dancing ikuwe free? Why? It’s #Azziad’s job”.
Ongaiboi “I have been a fan of Vivian and I don’t watch her videos for free, bundles and phone/TV need money. So why not pay Azziad. Acheni vijana waomokeeeee!!!!!! Vijanaaa tuomokeeee nasema vijaaaanaaa tuomokeeee”.
“What the fuck is wrong with Kenyans and respecting other people’s hustle, you want people to create content and promote you for free? This attitude is the exact reason Vivian is still an upcoming artist”.
Recently, her rate card was leaked and it unconcealed that the TikTok charges up to Ksh100,000 per post on platforms as well as Tiktok and Instagram, with figures that had a district of Kenyans incoherent.
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