Nigerian singer, Terry G, has revealed that his Grammy winning colleague, Wizkid demanded he takes down a song they had together ‘Mary Jane’ from digital streaming platforms.

Terry G said they did collaborations based on love in his era, so they didn’t use to seek clearance, and he thought the same still applied but Wizkid did not like that.

He stated this during an episode of the Afrobeats Podcast with Adesope Olajide, where he said that he only acted based on how it used to be in the industry in the past.

According to the ‘Akpako Master’ crooner, Wizkid’s legal team reached out to him because he did not seek permission from the Starboy boss before releasing the song.

He said;

“I didn’t clear the song I made with Wizkid (Mary Jane) because, in my era, we don’t clear songs; we do collaborations based on love. The lawyers have reached out to me to take the song down.

“To be honest, we’ve got to be professional and do paperwork. Because if that doesn’t work, nothing will work. So trust me, I have pulled down the song. For the platforms that are yet to take it down, I will make sure it is taken down on those platforms, too, soon.”


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