Singer Ziky Mtanah summoned by police for featuring married woman in new video


• Ziky Mtanah was reported to police by the husband to a video vixen he recently featured in his new music video

• The hubby accused Ziky Mtanah of convincing his wife to wear skimpy outfits, exposing acres of skin to the world

• According to Ziky Mtanah, the enraged hubby wants him to delete his music video from YouTube

Former Akothee Empire signee Ziky Mtanah has been entangled in an unprecedented scandal after featuring someone’s wife in his latest video Can We featuring Susumila.

Mtanah recently took to social media to inform his fans that he had been summoned at the Diani Police Station to explain himself after the video vixen’s husband reported him for convincing his wife to dance almost naked in his music video.

The whole drama unfolded about two weeks after Ziky Mtanah officially dropped the visuals for his song Can We.

Ziky Mtanah released his Can We music video about a month ago. Photo: Ziky Mtanah/Facebook.

Clearly, the video, specifically the video vixen’s part irked her hubby who demanded that Ziky Mtanah deletes that video from YouTube.

The hubby had initially reached out to Ziky Mtanah asking him to do the aforementioned, something the artiste was not ready to do without being paid to cover for the costs he incurred for producing the project.

Left with no otherwise, the angry husband reported the matter to police and Ziky Mtanah was summoned.

However, the artiste was let off the hook thanks to his legal team who argued that the aggrieved party should pay him KSh 2 million to cover for production costs before pulling down the video from YouTube.

Mtanah, through a social media post sighted by disclosed the video vixen’s husband had been given seven days to pay the KSh 2 million for the video to be deleted, failure to which it shall remain live on YouTube.

“Good Evening. Just From the Police Station in Diani due to a recent vixen Salma’s Husband Brian Kimanzi confrontation to delete my recent Can We Music video from Youtube because of his wife dancing half naked on the video. My Lawyer has concluded that I am innocent because she was paid according to the job done and she is an adult therefore if Mr. Brian Kimanzi wants the video deleted he should pay me a fee of 2 Million for the charges incurred for the production team,management,videographers,video vixens,transport different hired items and tarnishing my image brand within 7 days.” Ziky Mtanah wrote.

Ziky Mtanah’s exchange with the video vixen’s husband. Photo: Ziky Mtanah/Facebook.
Ziky Mtanah’s exchange with the video vixen. Photo: Ziky Mtanah/Facebook.

His announcement comes barely days after claims his Can We video had been pulled down from YouTube. learnt later that the video had not yet been deleted and a police case was in progress to determine its fate.

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