Young Nigerian singer Berri Tiga has sparked reactions online with some comments he made about Portable’s ex-signee, Yung Duu.
Berri Tiga’s comments come as a reaction to the ongoing contract issues between Portable, Yung Duu and Carter Efe.
Recall that Berri Tiga and Carter Efe were once locked in a huge fight over their song’s “Machala” ownership and revenue sharing.
Berri Tiga advises Yung Duu over contract issues
The Machala singer, amidst the recent issues, took to his Instagram page, noting that Yung Duu needs help and should be careful with his public utterances.
Berri wrote on his page, saying: “Abeg make person collect phone from Young-Duu. Did I just hear “my voice is my money”
The comment was in response to a live session clip of Yung Duu addressing his contract issue with Carter Efe, where he stated that the skit maker didn’t reap him by not putting his name on their song.
See Berri Tiga’s reaction:
See how netizens reacted to Berri Tiga’s comments
Here are some of the comments Royalng.com gathered from the trending post:
“This is Music Business Not movie o @carterefe payed for video & Also recorded the song He payed for everything ! So he has the Legal ✅️ Right to do so it is not Ripping its in Music Law.”
“Even Djkhaled as big as he’s when featured friday on (God did)that khaled paid for audio and video,, him still pay friday on the track he added name to the song as featuring,,,, Carter go soon reap this boy clean mouth.”
“Hunger is not good o.”
“It’s very simple if Yungii Du owns the song portable takes the royalty but since it’s in Carter Efe name it’s normal thing for dem to split shares na matter of understanding.”
“Best Ripping of the Year ..Owu no good bro.”
@ogidan_topman: “Barry is just a fool.” @awoshola_fawaz: “Portable go Dey laugh rn.” @drantblogg: “Things are happening.” @sekinat_ayodele: “Portable dey laugh una.” @ricardoprinzz: “@carterefe should have known better. Even if he want to own the right to d song, he should at least write @official_young_duu name as featured artist.”