Rose Muhando has once again experienced another setback in her music career after she was accused of theft.
The Tanzanian gospel artist was accused of stealing a song she recently released alongside Kenyan gospel singer Ringtone Apoko.
Taking to his Instagram page, Ringtone revealed that their song, Yesu Ang’are, had been pulled down from YouTube.
Ringtone said that the song was removed from YouTube following a complaint by an upcoming artist who claimed they had stolen the song from her.
“YESU ANG’ARE OFFICIALLY REMOVED FROM YOUTUBE BY UPCOMING ARTIST LYING THAT AM STOLE THE SONG FROM HER 🙆♂️🙆♂️🙆♂️🙆♂️ THE DEMONS N DEVILS IS HAPPY N JESUS IS SAD,” Ringtone wrote.
The recent setback comes months after Muhando revealed how she used her blood to get her freedom after being detained for years by her tormentors.
Five months ago, Rose Muhando revealed how her greedy manager held her hostage for months, torturing her and threatened her against her troubles.
The Simba hitmaker noted that it was during this time of her captivity that her tormentors started spreading rumors that she was using drugs and had joined a cult.
“People said I was taking drugs. I Don’t even know how drugs look like or what color they are,” she told Wasafi TV in a past interview.
She told the media that her music career was ruined by the said manager who was after the money she had made from music.