Diamond Platnumz’s collabo with Zuchu “Cheche” was just lately pulled down from YouTube following a copyright strike by an individual recognized as Tony Anthony.
Though little is understood about Tony Antony, some netizens are speculating that it may very well be a conspiracy to take down the fast-rising Zuchu.
“Video unavailable. This video is now not obtainable attributable to a copyright declare by Tony Antony,” reads the message from YouTube.
Nonetheless, based on the Head of Digital Division at WCB Wasafi Kim Kayndo, they’re in talks with the YouTube administration to make sure the Cheche video is put again on the streaming platform.
He added that the copyright strike issued towards the video is faux, and subsequently it is going to be straightforward for them to get the video again on YouTube.
“I’m engaged on it presently, you will see that out that it’s only a one who has points and subsequently claimed copyright and YouTube listened to them and pulled down the video, however after they hearken to our facet of the story, they may make a correct judgment,” he mentioned.
Mr Kayndo additional mentioned that if certainly the declare was legit, it might have come from a good copyright physique and subsequently, reassured followers that the video will quickly be again on YouTube quickly.
The music in query was trending at No. 1 each in Kenya and Tanzania and had garnered over 2.5 million views inside 5 days of being launched.
This comes barely every week after followers turned the warmth on Diamond Platnumz and Zuchu for allegedly copying Tanasha Donna’s lyrics within the mentioned music.
This was after Tanasha Donna put up a brief video jamming to her music Experience ft Khaligraph Jones, insinuating that somebody had stolen her lyrics.
The video sparked wild reactions as followers have been fast to note the similarity within the Spanish utilized in Tanasha’s music and the intro in Zuchu’s music that includes Diamond.
Tanasha’s supervisor Jamal Gaddafi additionally shared the identical video, saying that the unique concept will at all times last more than a copied one.