Ghanaian artiste Tic, who was formerly known as Tic Tac, may soon drag Nigerian music star Wizkid to court for copyright infringement.
Wizkid sampled the chorus of Tic’s ‘Fefe Ne Efe’ in his verse on DJ Tunez’s song titled ‘Gbese’.
Tic in an interview on Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz with Andy Dosty said he would take legal action against Wizkid if the singer fails to pay for sampling his song.
‘As a matter of fact, the lawyers are working on it. There has been some discussions. We are on it.’, he revealed.
The ‘Kwani Kwani’ hit maker also disclosed that Wizkid’s team had proposed a settlement fee but he felt the amount they mentioned was not enough.
‘If they don’t pay of course I will sue them. There has been a lot of discussions going on….some figures mentioned but, there is some things going on’, he added.
Tic released his ‘Fefe Ne Efe’ tune featuring Tony Tetuila in 2004.
In May 2019, DJ Tunez featured Wizkid and Blaqjerzee on his song titled ‘Gbese’.
Wizkid, who delivered the chorus of the song, sampled the chorus of Tic’s ‘Fefe Ne Efe’ tune.
Wizkid once said that he was inspired by Tic while pursuing his music career as a young boy.
It seems Tic will not be lured by this statement as he intends to take legal action against the Nigerian.
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