No permanent enemies? Ringtone runs to Willy Paul’s defense in new music copyright battle with producer iLogos
After years of facing off in a crude war of words, Ringtone has finally proven his loyalty to fellow controversial artist, Willy Paul.
The Prakata singer has been engaged in a long battle over alleged copyright claims of his new track Collabo that was pulled down by popular Burundian producer iLogos music barely hours after it premiered.
A battle whose end neither the two could see, but recent developments might have confirmed a possible end between the embattled parties.
Ringtone runs to Pozze’s defense
In a new post by Pozze, Ringtone confidently defends the artist’s rights, instead calling out the Burundian for his audacity to come into foreign land and take over patriotic citizens’ rights in this manner.
Further expressing extreme disappointment with Kenyans for failing to protect their own in a battle they clearly can tell has been overrated.
“I don’t like Willy Paul’s silliness but in terms of being patriotic, he is a Kenyan like me, tunakula tabu sisi wote,” Ringtone addressed.
Willy Paul finally speaks
The Collabo singer has for the first time spoken of the incident.
According to Pozze, the music producer failed to turn up at Central Police Station yesterday, as had been expected, now implicating him as the fugitive.
In his address to fans, an troubled Willy Paul called out the producer for his actions, daring him;
“Kama wewe ni mwanume na unaona uko na balls nne, itoe tena ndio nitakuonyesha..”
Additionally announced that his jam Collabo will be going back up on YouTube tonight but with a different track.
Fans on the comment section were impressed by the musician’s determination and unending fight for his works.
Let’s wait and see how this turns out.