Angela hitmaker Boutross loses money after photo leak
Kenyan singer and Angela hitmaker, Boutross, has revealed that he has suffered significant financial losses since his nude photos were leaked online.
The photos, which showed the singer in his birthday suit in bed with a woman, went viral on social media after being leaked by blogger Edgar Obare.
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The woman who shared the photos claimed that Boutross had refused to pay her for her services, prompting her to leak the pictures. The lady said she was only paid Sh4,000 and had been promised more later on, money which never came.
However, the singer denied the allegations, stating that a video vixen took the photos four years ago and that he had not done anything wrong.
“The pictures are of me going back four years ago, they were taken by a video vixen. I don’t have a problem with the picture or whatever I paid because I never did anything wrong I was just human who was in a volatile position when someone took advantage of me,” Boutros confessed.
Despite this, Boutross claims the leak has cost him a lot of money in lost business opportunities. He is particularly angry with Edgar Obare for publishing the photos without confirming with him first.
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In a statement that has since been taken down, Boutross and his team vehemently denied the allegations made by the woman, calling them malicious and defamatory.
“Boutross has been subjected to a malicious and defamatory campain by BNN (Edgar Obare) which has no basis in fact. We understand that these allegations may have caused distress to our fans and the wider public and we would like to apologize for any inconvenience that has been caused,” read part of the statement.
They also apologized to their fans and the wider public for any distress caused.
Boutross maintains that he has no intention of suing the video vixen, as he believes that she is not in a position to pay for damages or compensation. He feels she only wanted her five minutes of fame and got it.
Boutross’ experience serves as a reminder that privacy is a precious commodity and that it is essential to take steps to protect it. In today’s digital age, once something is online, it can be very difficult to remove it.
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