Timi Dakolo stole my song –Majek Fashek

02/Jul/2016   //    Viewers:447    //    Likes:    //    Shares:    //    Comments:



PARIS, JULY 2, 2016: (DGW) Veteran artiste, Majek Fashek has expressed the bitterness he felt when Timi Dakolo , the R&B singer stole his hit song ''Send Down The Rain.

In an exclusive chat with Satuday Beats, Majek said Dakolo took undue advantage of his  his state of health and remade his song without his expressed consent.

He said, “He broke the rules of copyright. He is a thief because in music business, he must take permission before he works on someone’s song. That is why we have COSON. I did not give anyone the right to do anything with my song. I have a management team I work with headed by Omenka Uzoma.  Dakolo never bothered to look for me before stealing my song. He has infringed on the laws of copyright and he is not an original artiste. It is only people like Tuface, Wizkid, Olamide that are original.

“I felt bad when I learnt that he worked on my song without my consent. He did not even give me credit. He is a very bad artiste and he took advantage of the circumstance that I was facing during that time. The song is not a normal song; it is a spiritual hit song. Timi Dakolo does not know how I suffered to get that song. I fasted for seven days before I got that song. I partook in three days ‘white’ fasting  before the song came to me.  Timi Dakolo did not go through that. I did not fight him because I do not have time. Let God judge us.” Also commenting on the situation, Majek Fashek’s music business consultant, Omenka Uzoma, said they would soon begin to fish out all those who have been exploiting Majek Fashek.

Timi Dakolo probably hunted by a tint of guilt reportedly  brushed an inquiry aside in a telephone conversation.

 “I am not in the country. There is no allegation levelled against me. Go ahead and write a better story. I am not in Nigeria,” he said before he rudely ended the call.

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