Kenyan hip-hop artist Octopizzo on Tuesday set terms and conditions for photographers who might want to attend his concerts.
In an exclusive Twitter post, the Kibera Number 8 star reserved the right to deny photographers and videographers taking photos and videos of him without his consent.
"Any person or organization not affiliated with Octopizzo may not use, copy, alter or modify his photographs, graphics, videography or other, similar reproductions or recordings without the advance written permission of Octopizzo and his management team.
"While attending an Octopizzo event, you agree to only take photos or videos for personal use. No photos or videos may be taken for commercial purposes without consent from Octopizzo and his management team, unless through the authorized official photographers for the event," the statement read in part.
The rapper last month released his new album 'Next Year' as he was celebrating 10 years in the music industry. He said the album was one of the best works in his music career.
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