Hours after upcoming boy group Effect Gang accused singers Kristoff, Yvonne Darcq and Kush Tracey of stealing their song, Kenyanbulletin.com reached out to singer Kristoff regarding allegations they stole their new song ‘Bash’.
Effect Gang emotionally revealed that Kristoff stole their song and even presenting a sample proving the similarity of the two songs.
“Tumeskia ati kuna msanii flani ati amei a ngoma yetu bana na vile tumeteseka kufika hapa hivi,” stated one of the boys.
Did Kristoff steal this song from upcoming musicians?You be the judge.Loading...
Kristoff who featured Kush Tracey, Yvonne Darcq and Teen Republik disk jokey DJ Bash claimed that he does not know the boys who raised the allegations and that he doesn’t steal songs from upcoming artistes.
Upon further inquiry by this writer Kristoff revealed that he learnt about the allegations on Friday hours after releasing the song.
“So u think I know this guys or ever come across them? Where will I even have heard the song from?” Kristoff stated.
Kristoff this time went for beauties; talking of the sexy Yvonne Darcq and the curvecious Kush Tracey.
Surprisingly, the unexpected happened after Kush Tracey appeared in the tune months after hoping over the the Gospel industry. In the song Kush sang sultry lyrics inline with crazy actions she did on the video.
In a bid to market their song, before they released it, Yvonne, Kush and Kristoff pulled a stunt after releasing a video that showed Yvonne Darcq allegedly busting Kristoff cheating on her with Kush Tracey.
Watch the song below,