Kenyan dancehall artiste, Slawten Assasin, has sensationally accused famed singer, Redsan – real name Swabri Mohammed -, of “stealing” his song.
According to him, one of Redsan’s hit songs (probably his most successful so far) titled Badder Dan Most was his original composition, until he was taken for a fool and Swabri recorded it instead.
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However, after a few weeks, he received a call from one of the deejays at F2 asking him why he sold his song.
“He told me that I sold my hype song to Redsan and that he had released it. I got utterly shocked by the news,” he said.
It was then that he tried making contact with the artist who had allegedly changed his phone number.
After a few more attempts to reach out to him, he finally got through, albeit via a different number.
“Redsan promised me that we, me and him, would record a remix for the song. He went under once more. The next thing that hit me smack in the face was a remix between him and Jamaican artiste Demarco. That’s when I realised that I had been completely fooled!”
However, Redsan laughed off Assasin’s allegations terming them as unfounded.
When asked about the allegations, he said;
“He must have been very high. Just tell him to give you the evidence. I don’t even know him. How can he say Badder Dan Most is his? Is he stupid?”