Rema and DJ Neptune appeared to have settled their recent rift over copyright infringement.

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Rema had earlier called out DJ Neptune for putting out ‘For You’, their collaboration, without his consent.

The Mavin Records-signed singer had claimed he was neither paid nor informed about the track’s impending release.

The ‘Bounce’ crooner had further demanded that the song be taken down.

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“With all due respect chief! Dropped my old record without due process? I’m not happy at all,” Rema had said.

But DJ Neptune argued that he followed due process and shared screenshots showing his chats as well as an email where an agreement was sent in response.

“Rema’s record was obtained and the right steps were taken. I did give the instruction to my legal representative to forward a collaboration agreement to Rema’s manager and team, as earlier specified,” DJ Neptune had replied.

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But on Friday, the pair took to their individual Instagram stories to share a photo of themselves together.

“Edo boys, we stay wise…we gonna keep winning for life,” DJ Neptune wrote via his Instagram Story.

On his part, Rema simply wrote: “Greatness @deejayneptune” with a love emoji suggesting that they have buried the hatchet.

Sean Okeke, Rema’s manager, had earlier attributed the misunderstanding to a gap in communication and the delay in obtaining a definite approval from Mavin Records for the track’s release

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