• YouTube had pulled down the Ndovu Kuu song by  Krispar, featuring Khaligraph Jones and Boutross over copyright claims. 

Ndovu Kuu crew
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Recently, most Kenyan artists have fallen victims to violating the community rules of You tube. 

Being on of the largest video content platform, artists upload their songs for fans to listen and watch. 

The platform pays the artists, hence the stiff competition for views. 

In Kenya, YouTube had pulled down the Ndovu Ni Kuu song by  Krispar, featuring Khaligraph Jones and Boutross over copyright claims. 

Before this, the Mejja's song, Kanairo was also pulled down from the platform following copyright claims by an upcoming musician. 

In Kenya, copyright claims has stood out as the main reasons why songs are pulled down. 

Here are other reasons that may lead to a song or content being flagged by YouTube; 

Inappropriate content. 

When your music video is sexually provocative, it may lead to its flagging. 

Dangerous and harmful content.

Any video that might encourage a viewer to take harmful actions to themselves or others risk being removed from YouTube. 

Misleading information. 

If you upload a video that is misleading viewers, your content may be pulled down immediately someone reports it. 

Privacy. 

If you post a video of someone without their consent, they have a right to protest it for violation of their privacy. 

However, some violations might go unnoticed until when a complaint is reported. 

This has been the case for the most of the content from Kenya. 

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