- Mzansi rapper Nadia Nakai has revealed that her YouTube channel was recently hacked
- The stunner said the hackers deleted her new music video for her hit song titled 40 Bars
- The musician, however, has taken to social media to let her fans know that the video is up again and it hit a 100k views in just five days
Nadia Nakai has taken to social media to share that someone hacked her YouTube channel and deleted her new 40 Bars music video.
The rapper explained that she was hurt when she saw the video had been deleted from her account. The stunner features rapper Emtee and DJ Capital in the video she uploaded on the video-sharing app last week. The song is fromf her latest album titled Nadia Naked.
However, Nadia revealed on Wednesday, 29 July that the video is now back up. She said since it has been reloaded five days ago, it has hit 100k views. Nadia tweeted:
"You guys are the best!!!!! They tried to stop us but y’all got it back up! 40 Bars music video hit 100K in 5 days!!!! Thank you! I was so hurt when I saw the video deleted! Please continue sharing and watching!"
Nadia recently slammed the SAMAs for not nominating her album in the Best Hip Hop Album category. The stunner took to social media to vent about being snubbed for this year's South African Music Awards (SAMAs) nominations.
She took to Twitter on Wednesday, 15 July to complain about being overlooked by the SAMAs even though she had a good hip hop album.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest blasted the SAMAs after his artist, Nadia, was not nominated in the Best Hip Hop Album category. The Amademoni hitmaker has advised artists who were snubbed by the SAMAs to rather focus on winning new fans than taking home new awards.
Mzansi stars including Matorokisi hitmaker Makhadzi, Nadia and R&B sensation Ayanda Jiya have all taken to social media to complain about not being nominated for this year's ceremony.
"My advice to everyone who didn't get nominated and feels cheated: a strong fan base is way more valuable than a full cabinet. They love you when you are new and then they find a replacement when you dominate too much."
Mufasa, who feels that Nadia deserved a nomination, emphasised that musicians don't need recognition from the SAMAs in order to succeed in the industry.
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