There is no way I can steal what is mine – Mudra D’ Viral Responded

Dancehall musician Mudra D’ Viral of DCM Empire has addressed accusations that he stole a song from an up coming musicians. As a result of his blockbuster hit tune “Muyayu,” Mudra shot to fame in 2019 during the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown, and he hasn’t looked back since.

He currently has a hit song called “Balo Balo” that is dominating the airwaves and gaining airplay across numerous media platforms. Massive TikTok challenges to the song have been posted by a variety of famous people, public figures, and media figures from Uganda’s surrounding nations.

According to reports, Mudra D’Viral is under investigation for allegedly stealing music from up-and-coming singers. David, a fellow student, accuses him of stealing the idea for his “Salawano” song from his “Koza Wano, Koza Wali” song.

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In defense of himself, Mudra refuted David’s allegations and clarified the record by saying that he writes and composes all of his own songs. He continued by saying that he didn’t have time to meet with the accuser to talk about the unfounded claims he is making in the media.

“What I can tell that boy with baseless claims is that we have nothing to talk about because I write my own music. There is no way I can steal what is mine.” Mudra D’ Viral said.

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