Here’s A Reason Why The Video For ‘Manya’ Was Deleted From StarBoy TV’s YouTube Channel

Posted on November 29 2017 , at 06:06 pm
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The video for Manya by Mut4y featuring Wizkid has been deleted from the YouTube channel of StarBoy TV one week after it’s release. The video had already gathered up to one million views and fans who noticed the action quickly began to ask questions.

Some speculations have suggested that Wizkid’s deal with Sony/RCA might be in someway responsible for the action.

Mut4y is however shutting down these speculations by acknowledging the tweet of a certain user who cited that the video was taken down due to the complaints made about the video being on two YouTube pages (Mut4y and Starboy TV’s account) and since Wizkid was a featured act on the record, it makes sense that the one on Mut4y’s account be retained. It is also important to point that on the 19th of November which was the release date of the video, Wizkid tweeted the link to Mut4y’s YouTube account.

But why was the video initially uploaded to the Starboy TV YouTube account? More informations revealed that the said Starboy TV YouTube account is operated by an unknown individual. But this information is quite questionable because the Starboy TV page is the only account that accommodates the official music video for Wizkid’s Ojuelegba and In My Bed which have gathered 9 million and 18 million views respectively.

How did the unknown individual behind the Starboy TV account acquire the sole right to those videos?

There are definitely unanswered questions around this subject and these contradictions gives flesh to the speculations of Wizkid’s affiliation with Sony Music being responsible for the deletion of the Manya video.

We will reveal more details as soon as more findings are made. The video for Manya is however still available on Mut4y’s YouTube channel.

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