“Drop The Stems!” as Teni dismisses new proof Shizzi provided to support his claims.
Teni has reacted to the release of a new photograph and dismisses the proof Shizzi provided to demand the stems of the production.
Shizzi gave the original stems of the song, Case, as proof that he made it for her.
Shizzi shared a photo of the song’s production flow, but Teni dismissed it, claiming that images aren’t admissible documents, but the production stems are.
On Saturday, December 18th, 2021, this was shared on Twitter.
Her label, Dr Dolor Entertainment, released the song.
Teni wrote a tweet about those who “use” others, to which Shizzi replied that she was referring to herself because she double-crossed him on her song, Case.
Teni had tweeted’
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Following their Twitter spat, Shizzi uploaded a photo of Teni’s Case’s production flow, which the singer dismissed as proof, arguing that only the stems are admissible.
See tweets below: