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We Are All Brothers, Olu Maintain Tell eLDee

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Yahooze singer, Olu Maintain has responded to the attack on his person by eLDee.

Years back, the duo of Banky W, Olu Maintain collaborated on eLDee’s song titled ‘Big Boy’.

However, for performing the song without the permission of its owner eLDee, the rapper called out the singer tagging him shameless, adding that he had always wanted to steal the song despite only being a featured artist on it.

Expected to fire shots at eLDee, Olu Maintain, took the path of peace telling eLDee in a video released on Instagram that all the artists that collaborated on the song had grown to become big boys and fathers.

Sharing a video from the ‘Grown and Sexy’ concert which took place in Eko Hotel in December 2018, the Yahooze singer said: “we are all brothers”.

eLDee called out Olu Maintain writing:

 

“This shameless nigga out on stages performing my songs like he created it. I still remember how he tried to steal the record after I put him on it, forcing me to put it out prematurely.

“Nigga ran off with the unmastered draft and went to print CDs with himself as the lead artist, even his verse was written by me #Appropriation #getyourownshit Lesson to young artist Don’t ever do pity features,”.

Criticized by fans of the Yahooze singer, the rapper took down his comment and apologized on his Instastory that his comment was out of character.

“The last post was out of character. If you know me, you know that I don’t usually sweat shit like that. Sorry if I offended you but I have a lot of stories I never got to tell about the shady nonsense I kept quiet from in that industry. #NigerianAmericanPodcast #NewEpisodes #ComingSoon,”

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