• Mejja now says he is used to these antics from his enemies who do not want to see him progress.

Mejja
Image: Instagram

Kenyan artiste Mejja has received another blow after his latest jam 'Maisha' got struck down by Youtube over copyright claims.

Mejja now says he is used to these antics from his enemies who do not want to see him progress.

This is not the first time Mejja is having his songs struck down.

Another song of his, 'Tabia Za Wakenya' had been pulled down after garnering 2 million views. It was allegedly pulled down after a copyright claim on the video by upcoming artist Bouja Bwuoy.

In a post on his Instagram, the 'Siskii' hitmaker vowed to deal with the artist who caused his video to be taken down.

His song 'NaitwaMejja' was also pulled down from YouTube hours after its release.

Mejja confirmed the song was pulled down from YouTube because it was reported for sampling and the person who reported him refused to come to an understanding with him.

According to YouTube rules, it does not matter if one is right or wrong one has to wait for two weeks for their song to be re-uploaded.

Mejja
Image: Instagram

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