A young artist identifies as Wisekid has stirred a lot of reactions after it was discovered that he has been reaping from Ayo Balogun's music on Apple and Amazon. This news has been making rounds on social media and also published by African Facts Zone on Twitter.
Reports say that all Wisekid had to do was create his Album on Apple Music but named it Lasgidi Made. After he created this album, he went on to copy the name of Wizkid's songs. For this reason, any stream generated for WizKids songs is shared with him. Since October last year, he had been making N30 million monthly. Check the tweet he made before deleting and deactivating.
In another tweet, African Facts Zone went on to say that Wisekid went as far as copying Wizkid's social media handle names. He used Wisekidaya on Twitter and Instagram. After this revelation went viral, he deactivated his Twitter account and changed his Instagram name to @Ayaboyofficial.
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After this news broke online, many fans gave been reacting. Some said what he did was copyright infringement while others said they have been seeing his name on their playlist without even playing his songs.
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