Roberto’s hit song, ‘Poverty’ suffers setback, as video removed from YouTube over copyright claims


Musician Roberto says YouTube’s removal of his smash hit ‘Poverty’ from the video streaming platform is temporary.

YouTube had taken down the music video due to copyright claims.

The video which attained over 1 million views since its release had gained popularity in recent times.

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The musician whose real name is Robert Banda said the take down of musical video was temporary.

In an interview with Zambian Monitor, the Amarula hitmaker said the video should be back on the platform in the next couple of days pending correspondence from YouTube.

“We are just waiting for correspondence from YouTube by Monday as in when exactly it is going to be back up. It’s not like its a permanent takedown, not until they conclude and confirm formalities. Even by Monday or so, it should be back up, latest Tuesday,” Banda said.

The news had been all over various social media platforms.

Fans and news pages alike across different social media platforms had expressed concern with the latest development.

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