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Prophet Passion Java, Roki Refutes Claims That They Bought YouTube Views For “Uchandifunga” Music Video

Flamboyant self-styled prophet Passion Java together with urban grooves musician, Roki have refuted allegations that they bought views for t...

Flamboyant self-styled prophet Passion Java together with urban grooves musician, Roki have refuted allegations that they bought views for the latter’s new hit single, “Uchandifunga”.


This comes after “Uchandifunga” broke the local record as the fastest song to hit a million views on Youtube.

The song was uploaded on YouTube on 1 July and had achieved 425 000 views after four days but the views suddenly shot up to 1.2 million within a few hours, leaving observers amazed.

“Uchandifunga” became the fastest video to attain one million views by a Zimbabwean artist in just a short space of 4 days beating a previous record held by Winky D who pulled one million views in just under a week with “Mugarden”, ZimLive reports.

Commenting on the allegations, Prophet Passion Java denied claims that they used YouTube view bots to boost view count. He said:
Prophet Passion Java
Prophet Passion Java
It’s embarrassing that as a country we’ve not had a video with one million views in one day.

Everyone knows my favourite artist is uncle Poptain. If I could buy views, it would probably for him.

I personally don’t have a video with one million views (on YouTube). Don’t you think if I could do it I would have bought some views for myself?

Appearing alongside Passion Java, Roki maintained that the views were legit.

If I get a million views, they say I’ve stolen. If others do it, they are cheered and told they’re good. Why? Is it because God is theirs only?

After a million views hit, the music video has managed to garner just 200 000 more views in three days. This development has further fueled suspicions that the 700 000 plus votes came from a bot.


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