Victoria Kimani looking for free promotion –Ycee

One of the most trending things on the Nigerian social media space these days among artistes is the way each try to do a cover of Kiss Daniel’ s hit song, ‘ Fvck You ’ .

At the moment , almost every A – list musician has done their own version of the song.

Kenyan – born singer , Victoria Kimani, also did her own version of the song but seized the opportunity to point an accusing finger at fellow artiste – Ycee – whom she accused of stealing her song.

She recently played both songs to show the world that indeed Ycee stole her intellectual property .

To get to the root of the matter, Saturday Beats reached out to Ycee ’ s camp and the rap artiste , who spoke through his manager , Aquari, explained that at first , they thought it was a joke till she posted the snippet on Instagram .

“ We heard the song Victoria Kimani sang claiming that we stole it from her but I think she was just chasing shadows .

“ She did not reach out to us before now because she heard the song she claims Ycee stole from her several times before it was released.

“ They are both artistes and friends so she was privileged to hear the song several times before it was released.

“ She was looking for a free promo that is just basically what she was doing.

If you go online , you would read the response of people to her accusation . That is the industry for you .

“ Why take your issues to the social media when you have each other’ s telephone numbers ? Her accusation has come to us as a shock that she would call Ycee out for such a thing .

“ How can she claim that someone stole her song? It is just funny . At the moment , Ycee is very busy working on his album; in fact , he is putting finishing touches to it .

Once it is done, everyone would know about it , ” he said .

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