Following the backlash from fans and colleagues as well as 2Baba‘s response to his claim of ownership over the latter’s single with American singer Bridget Kelly ‘Let Somebody Love You’, Blackface has just released a screenshot of his conversation with 2Baba over the song.
Even though the content of the screenshot doesn’t quite authenticate Black Faces claim, it suggests that 2Baba had released a song that belongs to Black Face without his consent.
Black Face shared the screenshot on his Instagram page with the caption below;
‘Sometimes people push you to the wall and you have no choice but to fight back. This is one of my conversation some years back with @official2baba when i Asked him why did he record my song #Letsomebodyloveyou without my #permission and this was his reply saying he thought he told me but really he didn’t.. and why add your manager as a writer also? so you guys can steal my publishing money? And when asked why you stole my song #Letsomebodyloveyou you Tuface said it wasn’t true and maybe my twitter Account was hacked N after which you unfollowed me but I had this saved for many many years so you can see the level of lies you been feeding fans and people all along. Your manager can’t be a writer in my song boy….its theft And Against the law n funny when you think about all of this….
You of all people should know I never could spread false allegations Bout you unless you denying it And claiming innocent as the Tuface wey you be …
This is why you n your creepy agents are trying to silent me via social media n avoid meetings to resolve this, but Jah has got my back OK
I have more evidence to this effect in case the need for it arises ok tuface & Efe omoregbe & company. Its sad you people forgot what I stand for..I am against corrupt people And bad leaders so una suppose know say e no go easy for all of una when like Hammer i am too legit to quit #BFN’
In 2016, 2Baba’s manager Efe Omoregbe had released a press statement in where he cited that the said song was written by both, 2Baba and Black Face as well as Bridget Kelly and Himself.
‘Blackface contributed to the writing of the first verse of the song. The second verse was entirely 2Baba. Bridget Kelly wrote her verse and Efe Omorogbe wrote the outro verse’, he said.
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