SMG’s entertainment magazine, Pulse, has been scolded after it went on to publish misleading information on today’s publication.

A story published on page 19 of pulse has ruffled someone’s feathers. Arthur K casted aspersions on the magazine after they stepped on his feet with the article they wrote.

Arthur is the founder of Music Industry Association of Kenya (Miake). Pulse had written that artists had ditched his organization for Authors and Performers Association of Kenya (Apake) which is chaired by ‘Banjuka’ hit maker DNA.

Pulse says artistes met last Wednesday to plan a mass exodus out of Miake, allegations which Arthur K says are pure fabrication.

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Vexed Arthur immediately contacted Ghafla! the moment he learnt of Pulse’s troublesome article.

He provided us with screenshots of his conversation with various artists who were equally puzzled upon learning of Pulse’s article.

Check them below:

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SMG’s entertainment magazine, Pulse, has been scolded after it went on to publish misleading information on today’s publication.

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The last article i did seems to have generated alot of heat under my seat! Good! I like my chair warm and toasty anyway. and if you don't know which article i'm referring to, here's the link. But remember, don't drop the link!

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