2Face Must Be Arrested By FG, He Stole My Song - Blackface Speaks

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It's been a while since the rift between  ex group singers (plantashun Boys Crew) Blackface and 2Face had started over Tuface's legendary hit song titled "African queen".

 Blackface is still insisting 2face stole his song and must apologize to him.
In a recent interview by HipTV, blackface claimed that he wrote
the song African Queen and Tuface is yet to acknowledge him for that.

Also blackface spoke on ex fellow band mate "Faze" and his move to reconcile them, he said;

“Faze is my friend and he is going to do his own bit. But, one thing that he does not know is that who feels it, knows it. He didn’t write the song, I did. So he does not know what I am talking about.It is easy for him to call for peace. But then, it is the duty of the offender to apologise for his action. I can’t keep quiet about what happened because I haven’t offended anybody. I have not stolen anybody’s song.”

He also gave reasons why artistes steal songs in Nigeria, claims it's  because the Nigeria Government is yet to institute an appropriate punishment for such individuals;

“Had the Federal Government introduced an appropriate punishment for stealing other people’s songs, many music artistes would be in trouble today. If the penalty required offenders to spend some years in jail, many so-called big artistes would be in prison by now.

Some of them steal songs from fellow musicians based in the country or abroad and pass them off as their own. This is very bad for culture and the creative sector. It is also bad enough for the honest and hardworking Nigerian artiste who goes through a lot of trouble to survive.“Whatever the government decides, the courts are there to ensure that justice prevails. If you find yourself on the wrong side of the law, you will have to accept the consequence of your actions.”

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