2face must be jailed for stealing my song, African Queen - Blackface

Dancehall king and former member of the ancient Plantashun Boyz, Austine Garuba Obiao Amedu, also called Blackface has approached the Federal Government of Nigeria to stipulate imprison term for any artist who is blameworthy of copyright encroachment.

Blackface demanded that his 'kinsman' and ex-bandmate, Innocent Idibia, otherwise called 2face stole his song and recorded it years back without authorization and ought to be arrested.

Talking with HipTV, the Agatu native Hard Life artist blamed 2face for not recognizing nor compensating him for his part in composing African Queen.

Talking on Faze's turn to intermediary peace between himself and 2face, the artist stated, "Faze is my friend and he will do his own piece. In any case, one thing that he doesn't know is that who feels it, knows it. He didn't compose the song, I did. So he doesn't comprehend what really matters to me. It is simple for him to call for peace. Be that as it may, at that point, it is the obligation of the wrongdoer to apologize for his activity. I can't stay silent about what happened in light of the fact that I haven't insulted anyone. I have not stolen anyone's song."
He likewise expressed that the Federal Government is yet to organize a suitable discipline for people who are involved in copyright encroachment.

"Had the Federal Government presented a fitting discipline for taking other people's songs, numerous music artistes would be in a bad position today. On the off chance that the punishment expected guilty parties to spend a few years in prison, some alleged enormous artistes would be in jail at this point.

"Some of them rob other artists situated in the nation or abroad of their songs and pass them off as theirs. This is awful for culture and the creativity. It is likewise sufficiently awful for the genuine and persevering Nigerian artiste who experiences a ton of inconvenience to survive.'

"Whatever the legislature chooses, the courts are there to guarantee that justice see light. On the off chance that you end up on the wrong side of the law, you should acknowledge the outcome of your activities."

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