Striker Entertainment rapper Rowland Kaiza, better known as Big Tril, says Ugandan artists have low-self esteem when it comes to protecting their own content from online exploiters.

The Party After Party hitmaker spoke out after celebrities bashed veteran musician and play-writer Alex Mukulu for harshly telling a youthful dance crew from Jinja that they were having a bad odor during a talent search show.

He also reasoned that when A Pass came out and commanded all non-paying websites to pull down his music from their platforms, only a few artists backed his decision as most went silent.

In his conclusion, he quickly thought of how the artists have low self esteem when it comes to matters that concern their creative works.

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Musicians will come out and condemn Alex Mukulu and his nasty attitude towards the boys but will remain quiet when it comes to protecting their own content from online exploiters … There’s a lot of low-self esteem in the industry.

Big Tril

The only artist who backed A Pass’ decision public was GNL Zamba as the rest went silent and to-date they haven’t said a word on the development.

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