Otile Brown rants after hits pulled from YouTube

He said he knows the culprit and will fight back

In Summary

• Otile said he has no respect for people who will cheat or bring others down to shine

Otile Brown
Otile Brown
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Singer Otile Brown's topmost music videos have been pulled down. 

Otile took to Instagram Live to rant about a person trying to 'sabotage' his hard work. 

These songs include the hit song 'Dusuma' featuring Meddy, 'Chaguo La Moyo' and 'Aiyana' featuring Sanaipei Tande, 'Such Kinda Love' featuring Jovial and 'Hi'.

Earlier, Otile said he has no respect for people who will cheat or bring others down to shine.

Brown expressed his disappointment, saying he works hard on his craft.

"The game is focused on the wrong things, bro. You have pulled down all the big songs," he said.

"For what reasons, bro? What have we done to you, bro? I don't even know you, bro. I will be doing my own sh*t, brother.

"I have never even spoken to you, we move with respect. I am a different species. I respect everyone."

The singer got emotional while on the live Instagram session, and went on to talk about his humble background.

"The same people, they will smile at you, we know you, bro. I can tell a fake nigga even in the darkest night.

"I'm not from a rich family, they would laugh at us. They fake it that they are our friends. I don't have to cheat my way to the top. If it's easy, I don't want it. That's my pride when I grind and get it."

He did not mention the name of the person who complained about his songs.

"I take my Ls and embrace them like a real man. You're the weakest n***a I've ever seen in my entire world," he said.

"These are Kenyan people doing these. We already know who you are."

Otile concluded by saying he is looking for evidence and would later show the power he has.

Songs belonging to singer Nadia Mukami and Sol Generation signee Nviiri the Storyteller have also been deleted from YouTube.

Songs are muted or deleted from YouTube as a result of a copyright claims from the music's creator, not YouTube itself.