Blaqbonez, the Nigerian rapper, has weighed into the ownership saga trailing ‘Machala’, the hit song by Carter Efe, the skit maker, and Berri Tiga.

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‘Machala’, which is dedicated to Wizkid, has become a viral sensation on social media platforms.

The controversy between Efe and Tiga started recently over who actually owned the song.

Efe had claimed he inspired the song, with Tiga arguing that “I wrote and sang it 100%”.

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Tiga had also claimed the skit maker initially offered him a 95-5 per cent deal despite being the brain behind the project.

In a series of tweets, Blaqbonez called out Efe for offering such a deal to the artiste.

“You no write song, you no produce beat but you want 95%. Wow. Forget music business, forget ‘I dey help you’ common human decency tells u that u should favor the creative! The one that brought the music out of thin air,” he wrote.

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“Without promoter song fit blow, without the creative the song won’t exist!”

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In his response, Efe tackled the rapper for always “opposing” him. The skit maker also accused Blaqbonez of jealousy.

Efe dismissed Tiga’s allegation that he offered him five per cent of proceeds from the song.

“Blaqbonez I know you’ve hated me from day one, if you’re jealous just say it. Ok, and also before open your mouth to talk rubbish check for facts Egbon. Don’t act like a baby, because nobody offered anybody 5% Don’t hate just take note,” he replied.

Blaqbonez fired back at Efe, saying “I have always hated you”.

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“No lie, I’ve always hated you. u not funny, you made a brand off riding dick, your whole comedy career is either dance naked or mention wizkid,” he added.

“Look around everyone’s building they own legacy, u out here being stupid for someone who don’t give a f*ck about u!”

See more tweets from their verbal confrontation below:

 



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