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Brymo Accuses Burna Boy of Stealing His Intellectual Property

In a shocking turn of events, Nigerian singer and songwriter, Ọlawale Ọlọfọrọ, popularly known as Brymo, has accused Grammy-winning musician, Burna Boy, of stealing his intellectual property. The ‘Ara’ crooner alleged that Burna Boy’s ‘City Boys’ and ‘I Told Them’ sampled the album title track of his upcoming album, ‘Macabre.’

Brymo took to his Instagram handle to express his disappointment and anger at Burna Boy’s alleged actions. He stated that what Burna Boy did was a “crime” and should serve a jail term. He also hinted that he would take legal action against Burna Boy if necessary.

“By the end of this year, y’all will recollect that ‘Macabre’ wasn’t released when in public, and as privately as it gets: ‘City Boy’.. and ‘I Told You’ were fed to Burna Boy,” Brymo wrote on Instagram.

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“The former of the track titles I mentioned above is there to point me to the fact that the latter, and his album title is the hook I sing on my album title track ‘Macabre’.. burna na really boy.. and that’s a crime.!! An actual crime…To do time for… and if una like make una resurrect legends to come complaint about stolen songs… una go regret this shit to numerous degrees… Shey una no dey hear word !!.”

Brymo’s accusations have caused a stir on social media, with many fans and industry experts weighing in on the matter. Some have expressed their support for Brymo, while others have questioned the validity of his claims.

Burna Boy is yet to respond to Brymo’s allegations, and it remains to be seen how the situation will unfold. However, this is not the first time that Burna Boy has been accused of stealing intellectual property. In 2020, he was accused of stealing from South African rapper, Emtee, and American rapper, Kendrick Lamar.

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The music industry is no stranger to intellectual property theft, and many artists have had to deal with the consequences of having their work stolen. It is important for artists to protect their intellectual property and take legal action when necessary.

As the music industry continues to evolve, it is crucial for artists to be aware of their rights and take the necessary steps to protect their work. Intellectual property theft is a serious crime, and artists should not hesitate to take legal action when their rights are infringed upon.

In conclusion, Brymo’s accusations against Burna Boy have brought the issue of intellectual property theft to the forefront of the music industry. It is important for artists to protect their work and take legal action when necessary to prevent others from profiting off their hard work and creativity.

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