Timaya, Jahbless Set For War Over Copyright Issue
If things are not quickly sorted out, someone in the entertainment industry might eventually land in prison over copyright infringement allegation.
Jahbless, a singer, is furious that beat of one of his songs was used for Timaya's single entitled 'Halleluyah'.
Jahbless claimed the beat used in the song was first used by him in the single 'Jeje', which featured Oritse Femi in his 'I am me' album.
The singer called the attention of his colleague to this when he said, “Hey bro Timaya, who ever produced that your 'Halleluyah' jam should be jailed. He lifted the instrumental off my album, 'I am me' album track two 'Jeje' ft Oriste Femi and gave it to you.
“I want to believe you know nothing about it because with your years of experience in this game, you should know the consequences of copyright infringements. Please avoid such producers in future because they might tarnish your image. And for you Mr Producer, see you in court.”
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