Blaqbonez and Carterefe drag each other over Machala ownership drama
Rapper Blaqbonez in heated exchange with Carterefe over ‘Machala’ ownership drama
Carterefe and Blaqbonez get into a heated argument about the “Machala” ownership controversy.
Nigerian rapper and top Chocolate City talent, Blaqbonez has slammed Carterefe over the ownership drama of the Machala song following an accusation from the latter act that he hates him and was reacting to the Machala song debacle ignorantly.
It should be noted that Carterefe has been at odds with Berri Tiga for song ownership since the popularity of their debut single ‘Machala.’
Blaqbonez commented on the topic and questioned why someone who did not write a song would demand a 95% royalties.
Carterefe responded by saying that he knows Blaqbonez has always despised him and that if he is jealous of his success, he should come out and say it.
“Blaqbonez I know you’ve hated me from day one,if you’re jealous just say it ok And also before open your mouth to talk rubbish check for facts Egbon Don’t act like a baby, because nobody offered anybody 5% Don’t hate just take note”
Blaqbonez quickly responded to the comedian by quoting his tweet and boldly revealing his feelings about him all at once.
The “Commander” crooner claimed to have had many things to say about the comedian because he had in fact never liked him.
The rapper stated; “no lie, I’ve always hated you. u not funny, you made a brand off riding dick, your whole comedy career is either dance naked or mention wizkid. Look around everyone’s building they OWN legacy, u out here being stupid for someone who don’t give a fuck about u !”
Not letting up, the rapper expended more Twitter characters on his sentiments towards Carter and made an extra tweet sharing that he spent money not to look like the latter who he referred to as a naked comedian.
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This fight is coming after the story of the song has been taken off streaming platforms due to the fact that Carter Efe had offered singer, Berri Tiga N100, 000 for his input on the song went viral.
Fellow comedian and friend to Carter, Nasty Blaq had also gone at singer Fave for reaction to the fallout behind the song’s removal.
Machala by Carter Efe and Berri Tiga was however reuploaded on streaming platforms on the 16th of September, indicating that both parties were able to reach a consensus.