There is a coke advert doing rounds about their campaign called ‘A billion reasons to believe’ and it’s because of this particular piece that artiste Eddy Kenzo wants to sue the beverage company for using his clip of the sitya loss video.
The campaign started running over a month ago and it has a clip of Kenzo’s video where the kids were dancing but with a different sound track with words “And for every video with a million views, a million videos without a view’. In life, you have to keep trying.” Relating to the number of views Kenzo’s video garnered since its release.
The artiste wants coke to pay him after they used the advert without his consent, but according to our source, the beverage company has also hit back at the artiste saying the clip belongs to the kids who have a separate management from Big Talent so there would be no reason for Kenzo to interfere in their business.
Sitya Loss is Kenzo’s biggest song and video so far after it become the most viewed on You Tube from Uganda, got him performances across the globe, earned him a spot among the best artistes from Uganda and most importantly, it helped him scoop the first BET award in East Africa.