Otile Brown Apologises to Nadia Mukami Over Negative Comment on Their ‘Kolo’ Collabo

[Photo Credit: Otile Brown Instagram]

By Lydia M Joshua

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Celebrated Kenyan artist Otile Brown has apologized to Nadia Mukami over a past comment he made regarding their ‘Kolo’ collaboration. Taking to his Insta stories to apologize, Otile posted a short clip where he can be seen embracing Nadia while she tells him that what he did before was wrong.

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Captioning the video, Otile apologized to Nadia, citing that when he made the comment he was having a bad day and was tricked out of his position by a negative comment “Apologies queen… was tricked out of my position by a negative opinion.. Was having a bad day,” he captioned.

In the previous comment, Otile had responded to a fan who had messaged him on Instagram complaining about his collaboration with Nadia. In his response which he posted on his Insta stories, Otile accused Nadia of denying him the opportunity to write his verse citing that she wanted a hit song instead of a good song.

Otile also emphasized that he did the song out of respect for super-producer Vicky Pon Dis, adding that he would not be doing a song which he doesn’t love henceforth.

“Huo wimbo sio wangu jamani, alikataa niandike akasema, “I want a hit song not a good song” weeh!! Nikaeka verse yangu nikaondoka nilifanya kwa heshima ya Vicky Pon Dis tu! Wimbo ambao ninahusika utaujua tu! Y’all be trolling me ever since it came out… plz y’all understand and let it slide.. It’s messing up my peace.. Nilijifunza.. Kama siupendi sikai.. Respectively and with love. Nothing personal,” he posted.

Meanwhile, Otile is currently flying high with his latest jam ‘Such Kinda Love’ featuring Jovial.

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