This Is Why Master KG’s Jerusalema Video Was Taken Down On YouTube
Master KG’s fans were so angry, following the abrupt removal of the Limpopo musician’s Jerusalema music video on YouTube. The streaming hit music video had amassed more than65 million views since it was released.
Master KG’s fans have taken to Twitter to vent out their frustration following the removal of the video on copyright grounds. This follows after Music Business recently revealed that the internationally recognized musician has signed a new deal with Warner Music Group’s (WMG) Elektra France, to hold rights to his Jerusalema album.
Fans have accused Master KG of being a sell-out by signing the deal and they are suspecting that the video will be back because of the new deal. Some reckon that the deal will see him dominating the world with his music, as he makes his mark internationally.
Fans went even far to give the company an ultimatum to bring back the video otherwise hell will break loose.
But Master KGgave a response saying that it was a technical issue, confirmed today that the song was back on the platform.
“Moment of silence for those who thought Jerusalema video was deleted….by the way, the video is back let’s keep it moving…I promise this won’t happen again,” he tweeted.
Last week the video was already on 50 million views.