Rigan Sarkozi has called out Daddy Owen for not paying him after writing for him the hit song, Wewe Ni Mungu.
Rigan also took legal action against him claiming that Daddy Owen owes him 2 million shillings.
Rigan Sarkozi accuses Daddy Owen of failing to pick his phone calls, fails to reply to his SMSs even though the ‘Vanity’ hitmaker has collected 5 years worth of his music royalties.
In a video doing rounds on social media,
Rigan asks to get an answer from Daddy Owen as soon as possible.
“I am sending this message to get to Daddy Owen, I want him to pay my money which he owes me for the song ‘Wewe Ni Mungu’ and ‘Vanity’ which was also my song but he gave credit to Pitson.
I finished everything including the melody of the song. Pitson does not know the people in that song. Daddy Owen please give me an answer to my money,” he says.
Wewe ni Mungu was a hit song done four years ago.
“That was my song, I just gave you a verse to be in the song, you have never written any song and you will never write any song,” he added.
Rigan went on to says that he has lived with Owen for two years but he did not borrow anything from him and so he does not owe him anything to refuse to pay his money.
“You will not succeed if you have not paid my money. You are in deep sh*t with a bad person. I have never stolen from anyone. I have never borrowed you anything for the two years we lived together. You know I have lived with you for two years and I never borrowed you anything. I was buying food and even your brothers knows that. My money will come from your nose,” he said.
Daddy Owen (according to Rigan Sarkozi’s) allegations claims that he is not currently in the country.
“Wa Kenya, Daddy owen ame cancel meeting yangu na yeye na J BLESSING na SADAT muhindi eti ilikua iwe leo by 10:30 am Sasa anasema hayuko Kenya. Wakenya mjisaidie 2M siyo pesa kidogo jamani,” Sarkozi shared on social media.
When Classic 105 reached out to Daddy Owen he said he has no comment.