Otile and Khaligraph's Video “Japo Kidogo”mysteriously disappears from YouTube




Singer Otile Brown has been subjected to a setback after his hit song “Japo Kidogo” featuring Khaligraph Jones was deleted from his youtube channel.

The song which was already trending at number two has mysteriously disappeared from youtube with no clear explanation on why the song was pulled down.

As that is not enough, Otile went ahead to delete all the content related to the song from his Instagram page, leaving his fans with more questions, than answers on what is going on.

The song in Question “Japo Kidogo” was uploaded on YouTube on Tuesday and it had over 200k Views.

The song was produced by Vicky Pon Dis (audio) while its video was directed by Enos Olik. In the song, Otile had gone out of his comfort zone, of singing slow love songs to something a bit faster.

Aslay ft Otile Brown


This is not the first time Otile’s video is being removed from YouTube. In October last year, Otile’s collabo with Bong Star Aslay “Nikupe Nini” was also withdrawn from YouTube under unclear circumstances and up to date the song has never been re-uploaded.

The song had over 30,000 views on YouTube before the Alivyonipenda hit maker deleted it from his Youtube channel.

Chaguo la Moyo featuring Sanaipei Tande

In September 2018, Otile Brown’s song Chaguo la Moyo featuring Sanaipei Tande was removed from YouTube due to copyright issues. The copyright issue were raised by a lady identified as Janet Kipsang, after the song had clocked over 1.4 million views. It was later re-uploaded.

“So YouTube  just removed  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 so hard but people trying fight me every day. 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” shared Otile Brown

Bad Man Shivo is yet to explain to his fans, why “Japo Kidogo” has gone missing.


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