Kalenjin rapper MsupaS has accused Citizen radio presenter Willy Tuva of seeking sexual favours so as to give her more airplay on his "Mambo Mseto" show.
The controversial singer's Twitter shared what has been seen as an expose of the legendary presenter for allegedly seeking to sleep with her.
"Willy Tuba asked me for a relationship ndo anipe airplay zaidi, " posted Msupa S.
She also accused her counterparts in the music industry for not raising their voices when they are violated. The tweet was later deleted.
" Kenyan artists are afraid of speaking out their challenges. Some artists are asked for a fee in order to get airplay," she added.
Several hours later, the Twitter handle sent out another post apologizing to Tuva. She seemed not to have rescinded the previous post.
"Usimpe mwanaume wako nafasi kubwa ya kitumia simu yako. This has now placed my music journey at risk," she claimed, in what appears to be a pointing finger targeting her husband.
She went on to state that it was evident her earlier post had put her career at risk but pledged to disclose more about the ordeal.
"For now, I'll say sorry to Willy Tuva. @mzaziwillytuva pole sana kaka kwa yaliopostiwa on my social media accounts. Nitayaweka wazi later. Pole," her Tweet read in part.
Willy Tuva has been on the receiving end this year. It started with the Tuva exchanging words with " Malaika " hitmaker Nyashinski after the celebrated musician accused Tuva of not playing Kenyan music in his show.
Willy Tuva who is married is yet to respond to MsupaS' claims.
Musicians in the country have been pushing for their songs to get more airplay in radio and TV stations.
They claim that local radio station playlist is highly dominated by Naija and Bongo music while their songs are neither played in Tanzania nor Nigeria.