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“We Don’t Make Money Off Your Content On Instagram, Stop Blocking/Deleting Our Videos”-Zionfelix Appeals To Ghanaian Musicians [Video]



Award-winning Ghanaian blogger, Felix Nana Yaw Adomako Mensah, well known as Zionfelix has appealed to Ghanaian musicians to desist from having their videos deleted from their Instagram platforms because it is affecting their social media brands.

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In a self-recorded video, the lifestyle & celebrity blogger stated that most Ghanaian musicians are of the perception that bloggers utilize income by posting their content on Instagram, hence when their videos are being published on their pages, their distributors immediately delete the videos on their pages.

Zionfelix intimated that the aim of every blogger posting videos of musicians on their pages is just to promote and project their projects and music brands through their influence, but their intentions are mistaken for something else in which he finds no pleasure in.

He advised that musicians should be able to speak to their online distributors to single out some platforms from their copyright claim in order for them to be able to discharge their duties effectively without any hindrances.

He further stated that the only channel by which they would be flagged for using content or songs without the permission of the singer would be YouTube, apart from that they do not make any money from posting their music videos and songs on any other social media platform.

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