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Kenya’s Bahati Responds To Claims Of Stealing Song From Rwandese Musician

As anticipated by most netizens, Bahati has finally given his side of the story. His latest hit song dubbed ‘Pete Yangu’ is still progressing quite well. But will this trend continue now that people have found out he allegedly stole the song?

Bahati’s Response

Well, according to Bahati, this is just one of the subtle means people use to bring one down. Bahati denied the claims and seemed to prevaricate (from the words he has written on his Instagram). The allegations are however, yet to be confirmed.

But from the comparison of both videos, you’ll notice a huge similarity.

Bahati has however refused to be brought down by such allegations. He wrote on his Instagram saying;

”IT’S NORMAL !!!
WHEN YOU ARE NO #1, EVERY NUMBER LAST WILL ENVY AND TRY HATE ON YOU BECAUSE THEY DON’T UNDERSTAND WHY GOD HAS CHOSEN YOU AND NOT THEM!!

NASKIA KUNA WATU WASHAANZA KUTAFUTIA ALBUM YANGU #LOVELIKETHIS 🌹 MAKOSA JUU HAWAELEWI VILE NATREND NO 1,2 & 3, 🤔😄

He also claimed that the next songs he’s releasing will be trending on YouTube;

”BTWAY ITABIDII WAZOEE JUU SAI HII NAONGEA NA YOUTUBE WAONE VILE WANAEZA CHANGE HIZI RULES ZAO NDIO NITREND NO 1 TO TEN.

DEAR MY LOVELY FANS PLEASE TELL THEM TO GET USED TO SEEING BAHATI @ NO 1, ITS BY GOD’S WILL 🙏🙏

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