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Intellectual theft: D'banj in a messy Scandal

Source: Hope Efoghe/Nigeriafilms.com
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D'banj is allegedly accused of intellectual theft. According to the rumor going round, the singer stole the beat of his emergency single from the original owner, P-loops who happens to be a producer.

The story allegedly began , when the young producer produced the beat for Olu maintain, after he listened to the beat, Olu took it to D'banj who loved it and voiced a new song on it.

In an interview with pulse, the producer revealed that, D'banj never got back to him or gave him credit for his work, not until he heard the song early this year, and was amazed of such injustice done to him.

“I was in shock when I heard the next morning that the song was out. I didn't record with D'banj, I think Olu sent the beat to him, and he recorded. There was no credit at all, no credit on the promo copy, there was no credit online, no credit whatsoever. I did try to talk to them, I talked to Olu Maintain in my office. My trademark was removed. The original beat had my trademark. I talked to them about it, and we were going to have a brief meeting about it, but till now, there has been no credit efforts to contact D'banj and his team on mobile yielded no result, but this won't be the first time The Entertainer will find himself in muddy waters with producers ever since his split with Don Jazzy.” he said.

We anticipate D'banj and Olu maintain's side of the story soon. Meanwhile, intellectual theft is becoming rampant in the entertainment industry. Anticipate More juicy details from us,as soon as we get more information.