Tekashi 6ix9ine accused of stealing ‘YAYA’ beat from Kenyan artistes Slim Ethic and Playzone
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Tekashi 6ix9ine has been accused of plagiarism over his recent single ‘YAYA’, although the video is yet to be taken down due to a copyright claim.
American rapper 6ix9ine has released a new song barely two weeks of releasing his charting topping single titled “Trollz” featuring Nicki Minaj.
Wagenge, he’s done it again. 6ix9ine has used exactly the same beats to a certain Kenyan song by Playzone Entertainment and Slim Ethic titled Chapa Ilale that was released on 20th December, 2019 and currently garners over 16,000 views on YouTube.
The title of the newly released song is “Yaya”
However, the newly released single had 6ix9ine paying homage to his Latin roots.
He released “Yaya” along with a colourful music video, which was shot in his living room while under house arrest.
It’s evident this time round and It’s only fit for him to pay credits to Playzone Entertainment.
Check out the video:
6ix9ine chapa ilale yaya Playzone Entertainment
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