Visita accuses Willy M Tuva of monetizing his signature laughter without consent

Visita accused the radio presenter of doing the whole process being his back

October 13, 2021, 11:15 AM for

Music producer Visita has called out radio presenter Willy M Tuva accusing him of being a pretender.

Speaking recently, the entertainer blasted the radio presenter alleging that he registered his signature laughter and performance track on Skizal without his consent.

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"I do not like him, I do not like Tuva. He is a pretender. I do not like someone who calls me and tells me that I am the best producer in Central Africa. Do not tell me that if you do not mean it

"And the brother went ahead and took my laughter and performance track and registered it on Skiza, and when I call him, the first thing I hear is myself," said Visita.

Visita also disclosed that when he first released his hit song Mapepo, Tuva declined to play the song on his show, saying it was inappropriate.

In May, the producer appealed to Kenyans for financial help saying he went broke after the government shut entertainment spots in bid to curb the spread of COVID-19.

Visita disclosed that he is currently in a fix as he cannot provide for his wife and two kids, adding that he also owes his landlord rent.

“Many celebrities go through tough times but tend to remain silent for fear of what the public might say. I am not doing well financially,” he said.

While insisting that his Roysambu house could be locked at any moment, the producer also revealed that he is sick and lacks money for medication.

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“I went to Neema Hospital in Kasarani with neck pains, but they could not admit me. They advised me to first get some funds before seeking treatment,” he said.

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