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Timi Dakolo denies stealing Majek Fashek’s 'Send Down the Rain’

04 July 2016, 16:19

Lagos - Singer Timi Dakolo has replied veteran reggae star, Majek Fashek who called him a thief and accused him of stealing his hit track, titled ‘Send Down The Rain’

Timi Dakolo responded to the allegations on his Instagram page, saying he rightfully paid Majek’s manager for the rights to remake the song, and he even has the receipts to prove it.

Also read:Timi Dakolo shuts fan down on Twitter

“My people it truly saddens me to see such… i always try to do things rightly and lawfully… i paid his manager to remake the song,I got my invoice…” Dakolo said

“I even mentioned to him during our rehearsals at the headies.. so honestly i dont understand this write up… oga majek fashek..I respect and love you…your voice gives life to lyrics… you are one of the best musicians i know..God bless you…” he added.

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