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Nina Roz hid her YouTube channel – Black Market Records Trashes allegations of Pulling down the singer’s YouTube

Nina Roz hid her YouTube channel – Black Market Records Trashes allegations of Pulling down the singer’s YouTube

Since last week, Songbird Nina Nankunda aka Nina Roz has been appearing in different interviews with the media alleging that she no longer has access to her YouTube channels which she said the black market records has pulled down.

However, in a statement issued on Wednesday afternoon, Black Market Records rubbishes allegations that they pulled down Nina Roz’s YouTube channel.

Nina Roz severally made it clear that her channel was deleted by the BMR management when she decided to leave the music label.

Through a statement shared across social media, Black Market Records denies pulling down Nina Roz’s YouTube channel as it has been alleged recently.

Statement from black market records

According to Black Market Records, they still have a running 5-year contract with Nina Roz (signed in August 2020) and that the allegations are untrue.

The label said that Nina Roz has always had full control of her YouTube channel and that she manipulatively decided to “hide it” when they uploaded her song dubbed “Ontekako” on another VEVO channel.

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