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Kenyan producers condemn Redsan after audio of him beating up their colleague leaks

A section of Kenyan music producers have come out to condemn dancehall artist Swabri Mohammed, popularly known as Redsan, after a leaked voice recording of the ‘badder than most’ singer allegedly beating up his producer, Sappy, went viral.

In the audio clip, the two friends-turned-enemies are heard exchanging words before Redsan tells Sappy to shut up and a confrontation ensues.

The producer then goes ahead to claim that he recorded Redsan’s recently released ‘Baddest’ album launch for free, which only serves to land him more beating as he calls for help from a security guard.

Redsan then tells the producer that he has no respect, while seemingly asking him to get up and fight back like a man.

This is the second scandal to hit Redsan’s camp following the launch of his album over the weekend after guest act Tiwa Savage on Monday claimed she was abandoned by promoters of the show and her hotel bills left unpaid.

The confrontation, which reportedly left Sappy with a busted lip among other injuries and hospitalized, has made fellow producers come out to criticize Redsan’s actions with some even vowing – albeit in jest – not to work with artists who go to the gym anymore.

EDAILY cannot, however, independently verify what exactly led to the confrontation between the two.

A section of Kenyans on Twitter have also condemned the ‘Whine Fi Mi’ star’s actions, further calling on the office of the Director of Criminal Investigations to have him arrested.

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