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Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by ChappyChase: 9:11am On Dec 17, 2015
Which song D'banj get that is worth stealing?
Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by Ceekay212: 9:11am On Dec 17, 2015
Vv
Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by Lanretoye(m): 9:12am On Dec 17, 2015
e be like this dbang want make small pikin spoil him career finish...

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Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by repogirl(f): 9:12am On Dec 17, 2015
Mature guy
Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by QTEST007(m): 9:14am On Dec 17, 2015
I go copy all of una,then I go kill una career.
Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by Jowonloju(m): 9:14am On Dec 17, 2015
Debanj thanks, you inspired them, simple.
Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by herbbiordun2(m): 9:16am On Dec 17, 2015
Nice one from Mr.banga Lee.I salute you sir!!!...all this manager their own too much..I trust baddo sneh
Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by miqos02(m): 9:17am On Dec 17, 2015
kossyablaze:
Na copy copy all of dem dey do except few
which artist no dey steal song?
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Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by tooyin85(f): 9:22am On Dec 17, 2015
tongue
Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by labbyk(m): 9:23am On Dec 17, 2015
;Dbangalee
Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by Caveatemptor(m): 9:23am On Dec 17, 2015
"Shake it,dont break it,it took your momma nine months to make" lyrics dont belong to D'banj or Olamide. Too live crew an American rap group had already used these lyrics in their hit song "Pop the coochie" way back in the late 90s.

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Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by AfroKnight: 9:24am On Dec 17, 2015
Intellectual property
Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by AfroKnight: 9:26am On Dec 17, 2015
Caveatemptor:
"Shake it,dont break it,it took your momma nine months to make" lyrics dont belong to D'banj or Olamide. Too live crew an American rap group had already used these lyrics in their hit song "Pop the coochie" way back in the late 90s.
Ewo!
Bangalee, what do you have to say to this? grin grin Nigerians can tiff o.

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Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by ODUBEZE: 9:30am On Dec 17, 2015
Godfullsam:
I so much love the way D'banj addressed the issue. His manager should learn how to handle matters maturedly.

Sebi I talk am say inspiration can come from anywhere.
My brother na cover up! them go don discuss am wella before him manager spoke out!
He did it to save face.
Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by OsusuMustFlow(f): 9:30am On Dec 17, 2015
cheesy
Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by Menace2Society(m): 9:33am On Dec 17, 2015
Atmmachine:
How can a guy who did a whole album (Eyan Mayweather) without featuring a single artist steal a song from a dead artist ??

If Olamide stole your songs and them hits, why don't he make hit songs from other unreleased songs ??
Junk post undecided
Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by lailo: 9:34am On Dec 17, 2015
Nice one D-banj.Enough maturity.But let's be practical,can D-banj's musical intellectual cum creativity stand Badoos?Capital NO....so d allegation in d first place is dumb.
Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by mbulela: 9:34am On Dec 17, 2015
funny guy, he just confirmed the gist.
meanwhile what is there to steal from Dbanj lyrics?
Both artistes sing crap.
Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by Baroba(m): 9:34am On Dec 17, 2015
What is there to steal, those shitty lyrics our so called musicians pump out. Remove those beats, you will find most are lyrically empty..
Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by Menace2Society(m): 9:34am On Dec 17, 2015
funnynation:
I think he applied the law of maturity here.. Nice one.. Even some us know that King Baddo can not steal music from him.. D'banj producer want to create unecessary beef.. The story will be complete only when Baba Miliano speak...
CEO #funnyNation Entertainment.. FunnyNation Comedian say so!
What's so special about Olamide junks undecided u guys are joke walahi
Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by insecticide: 9:35am On Dec 17, 2015
AfroKnight:

Ewo!
Bangalee, what do you have to say to this? grin grin Nigerians can tiff o.
I guess you didn't read the article, cos d'banj clearly said he heard the line from someone.
Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by AJORE(m): 9:35am On Dec 17, 2015
Atmmachine:
How can a guy who did a whole album (Eyan Mayweather) without featuring a single artist steal a song from a dead artist ??

If Olamide stole your songs and them hits, why don't he make hit songs from other unreleased songs ??
guy you sound like inmature dude....( Inspiration) I can as well develope inspiration from ds ur statement guy....receive sense
Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by Praisekizz(m): 9:36am On Dec 17, 2015
Confirm ni
Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by haqueurate(m): 9:47am On Dec 17, 2015
So its just a line and d banj admited getting same line from somone else, this yeye managers(follow follow) should be careful how they attack others o. Olamide is currently the best musician in africa and he is a rapper too!
He can single handedly send dbanj into oblivion, plus he gets inspiration from everywhere (he even managed to turn old keggites songs into new hits, and he brougth back kwam1 with omo anifowoshe remix)
Truth is dbanj is finished, its like comparing thiery henry with ronaldo or Messi, that guy better call baddo and apologise before they use him as the next inspiration for a super hit diss song grin

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Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by naptu2: 9:51am On Dec 17, 2015
Shake it, don't break it. It took your momma 9 months to make it


What tha? That line is old! I can't remember who used it first, but I heard it for the first time around 1985. 2 Live Crew also used it in Pop That Coochie c1990.

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Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by 2ts: 9:54am On Dec 17, 2015
End time songs. I cant believe we actually pay yo hear this line... Shake it dont break it wareeeeeva.lol
Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by naptu2: 9:59am On Dec 17, 2015
Shake it, don't break it. It took your momma 9 months to make it
.

2 Live Crew - Pop That Coochie (1991). (Not for people under 18 years old).



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Vw32hbYSBM
Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by Temysteve(m): 10:01am On Dec 17, 2015
And now 'Deevee' we look like a STUPENDIOUS fellow because of his immaturity stunt!!! 9ice 1 bangalee....
Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by AfroKnight: 10:01am On Dec 17, 2015
insecticide:

I guess you didn't read the article, cos d'banj clearly said he heard the line from someone.

"Nigerians can tiff" was not directed towards D'Banj o. Now run along and go kill some insects.
Re: D'banj Finally Speaks On Olamide Stealing His Musical Ideas by Temysteve(m): 10:03am On Dec 17, 2015
naptu2:



What tha? That line is old! I can't remember who used it first, but I heard it for the first time around 1985. 2 Live Crew also used it in Pop That Coochie c1990.
hw old u be? B4 u dey talk of 1985 lyrics.

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