Femi One.

Utawezana singer, Femi One recently took to her social media to celebrate after her song hitting 5million views on YouTube.  

“Finally!! We are at 5million views. We can now release another one Yes?” she posed.

However, a section of curious fan questioned whether Azziad Nasenya had been compensated for bringing the song popularity after her dance video went viral.

 “I hope Azziad received some sort of payment for her efforts,” wrote a user by the name Raphmckers.

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In her response, Femi One clarified that just like thousands other people Azziad only took part in the challenge and was fortunate that it went viral, which to her does not warrant financial compensation.

 “The song was already trending on Tik Tok and that is why she did the challenge because she came across it,” responded Femi One.

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The 19-year-old student caught Kenyans attention her enchanting, effortless waist wiggling and infectious smile after videos of her jamming to Femi’s hit featuring rapper Mejja went viral.

Azziad Nasenya.


Despite its success, the Kenya Film Classifications Board Boss, Dr. Ezekiel Mutua was however not impressed by the jam and termed it as immoral and perverted. He barred media houses from airing the song during watershed periods as children were likely to consume the content.

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Defending the production was Femi Ones’s manager, Dennis Njenga who asked Dr Mutua to allow artists space to be creative.

Media house in trouble

Media station TV47 recently got itself on the wrong side of the Communications Authority of Kenya (CA) after airing the song during watershed period contrary to the Kenya Information and Communications Act, 1998 that prohibits display of sexually explicit words during watershed periods. The CA warned the TV station against any future reoccurrence, saying that it would lead to dire consequences.