Following the copyright theft allegations levied against music act, Tunde Ednut by hit maker, Shizzi that dominated news days ago, the latter has since released an official statement addressing the issue.
According to Shizzi, he opted to comment on the matter because he doesn’t have intentions of trading words with Tunde Ednut. “I have no intention to engage in a public trade of words with Mr. Tunde Ednut, which is why I had instructed my lawyers to take the appropriate actions.”
The producer also said he discovered that Masterkraft was not in any way complicit in the alleged theft.
In his words, “I have read several accounts of the unfortunate incident regarding the unauthorised appropriation of the intellectual property rights in the sound recording I had made sometime in 2014 by Mr. Tunde Ednut. Contrary to the spin in the media, I never at any point engaged in any studio session with Mr. Tunde Ednut regarding the sound recording. The original sound recording was indeed created by me with Wande Coal providing freestyle vocals on it and I have attached a link of the original version in this release.”
He concluded by saying, “While thanking the media house and blogs that have supported my brand and have reached out to me since the news of the IP conversion broke. I urge them to refrain from posting or reposting the infringing song and its video thereby engendering the continued criminal misappropriation of my IP rights pending the outcome of the law suit to be filed by my lawyers should Mr. Tunde Ednut and his cohorts not desist from their condemnable actions.”