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Sauti Sol have not broken up

They likened the rumours to Moi-era claims the President has died

In Summary

• Reacting to an article shared online, they termed the news 'witchcraft'

Sauti Sol
Sauti Sol
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Sauti Sol have denied claims they have separated. Reacting to an article shared online, they termed the news "witchcraft".

"What kind of witchcraft is this," they said.

In the article dated eight years ago, the publication claims the group announced their split due to artistic differences among the members.

The article also suggested that rifts started appearing within the group in 2008 after their second album was released in 2006.

The article also alleged that the group was removed from a concert in Nairobi in 2010 after a public disagreement.

Bien issued a statement on his Instagram and rubbished the claims.

"The same way it is unconstitutionally illegal to imagine the death of the President, it is also illegal to imagine the breakup of Sauti Sol."