Mr. Eazi Calls Out Bad Bunny For Copyright Infringement
Mr. Eazi, a Nigerian singer and EmPawa label owner, has taken to social media to call out Latino music mogul Bad Bunny for copyright infringement.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
On February 6, 2023, Mr. Eazi used his Twitter account to criticize Latino superstar Bad Bunny for violating the rights of EmPawa musician Joeboy.
Mr. Eazi claims that Bad Bunny recorded a Joeboy song without seeking the usual approval from the label and the artist.
“Yo @sanbenito you need to tell your lawyers to stop messing around and clear that Joeboy rip-off on your album,” the tweet reads.
In an attempt to prove his allegation, Mr. Eazi subsequently added a YouTube link to the disputed song in a subsequent tweet.
The EmPawa CEO went to Linkedin to further elaborate on the copyright violation rather than keeping his comments to Twitter.
Mr. Eazi expressed his displeasure with Bad Bunny and his label for not approving the song in a post on his Linkedin profile. He said that he thought their conduct was impolite and demeaning.
The charge has not yet received a response from Bad Bunny’s camp as of the time this article was filed.
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