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Saturday, September 17, 2022

"Jealous of a naked comedian?" - Emeka Blaqbonez drag Carter Efe over ownership of Machala song with Berri Tiga

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Emeka Blaqbonez have dragged Carter Efe over ownership of Machala song with Berri Tiga. (Read More Here).

Emeka Blaqbonez wrote: "Jealous of a naked comedian?! I spend a lot of money to not look like you! 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. Look around everyone’s building they OWN legacy, u out here being stupid for someone who don’t give a fuck about u!"

Popular comedian, Carter Efe has accused his estranged music partner, Berri Tiga of seeking public sympathy as the row over the originator and owner of the hit song, Machala worsens.

He said he had to remove Hotkid from the song but their rift has gone worse to the extent that the former unfollowed the latter on Instagram.

Machala is widely believed to be dedicated to Nigerian Grammy award winner, Wizkid.

Efe further said Tiga wanted peace with him in private as he shared a screenshot of their chats, but accused him of fomenting trouble in the public space.

“Hotkid get verse for Machala song, I personally tell producer X to remove it because Berri cry give me say Hotkid go collect him shine for the song. Now you dey claim sa na you get song for Instagram,” Carter Efe said in a post on Thursday.

Meanwhile, social media users have commended Wizkid for not endorsing the song as it continues to generate controversies between the two entertainers

The featured artiste, Berri Tiga’s song, found fame after his freestyle “jo” went viral online and earned him a management contract with BBR Records.

The dedicated Wizkid anthem was yanked off music streaming platforms Apple and Spotify in August.

No reasons were given; however, insiders say it might not be unconnected to the ownership and rights tussle between both artistes.

The fallout between Efe and Tiga began when Berri Tiga, in an Instagram life, said, “I wrote and sang Machala 100 Percent”.

In an Instagram post, he wrote, “You want public sympathy, and yet you want to be at peace with me at the expense of my integrity.”

Speaking further on the issue, the comedian revealed that to feature Berri Tiga on the track, he dropped another artist.

He said, “Hotkid get verse for Machala song; I tell producer X to remove it because Berri cry gives me say Hotkid go collect him shine for the song. Now you dey claim say na you get the song for Instagram.”

In an attempt to clear the air about the rift, Berri Tiga, in an Instagram video, revealed that he never wanted to talk about the issue.

He, however, said he spoke because of Efe Carter’s remarks about him.

He revealed that he was offered a meagre deal of 5 per cent initially and was not carried along since the single’s release.

“We did a song; I sang the song from the beginning to the end, you dropped the song, you are not tagging me on your page, shows, you were not carrying me along. You offered me a 95/5%, you taking 95, me taking 5% for a song I sang from the beginning to the end”, he said.

The singer revealed that Carter sent a deal which included him not having the right to perform the song.

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