After learning that TG Omori was paid $165,000 for the Joha . shoot, veteran artist Blackface criticized popular Nigerian singer, Asake for allegedly using his song without giving credit.
According to Blackface, before sampling a remix of his song, Asake’s management was unwilling to contact him.
Social media users have responded to the legendary singer’s statement, with some dragging him as he is currently in the news for the statement he made on Asake, the rave of the moment.
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“You spend $165k to shoot musical . for your artist Una no fit use 100naira call the owner of the song before una remix am Una dey form say una smart I believe E better make una do the right thing because this one I no go sorry for una ! I dey come ! They love music I know But does it give them the right to sample remake or remix works I have already,” he wrote on Twitter.
@_igbalodeEngr: “Your song is always reachable and stealable.”
@iamtilash: “boss abeg make we hear the original song..link plss.”
@Lhanrey: “Broo, get productive with whatever you’re doing. You can’t be accusing everyone every time. A’int you tired. They are always stealing from you, kilode.”
@mr_youbee: “Na you get everybody song but you never get one hit after plantashun boiz.”
@fikky_ybnl: “Clout chaser.”
@Oyi Idoma: “Who stole your song again?”
@emmyrex_val: “Please what’s the title of your own so we can go listen.”
You spend $165k dollars to shoot musical . for your artist
Una no fit use 100naira call the owner of the song before una remix am
Una dey form say una smart I believe
E better make una do the right thing because this one I no go sorry for una !
I dey come !
— GHETTO CHILD (@Blackfacenaija) January 24, 2023