Artiste Bae accuses Zlatan of fraud

A popular street music rave of the moment Omoniyi Temidayo, popularly known as ‘Zlatan Ibile’, and a fast rising Afro-beat singer has been accused by Mayowa Bae of defrauding him.

Mayowa made this known when he spoke to E-daily, he stated that he paid a sum of 200, 000 to Zlatan for a music collaboration since November, 2018, but he rapper as since refused to fulfill the agreement, they both agreed to.

In Statement he said “in November 2018, I listened to a beat my producer made in the studio and I started to vibe in to it;before we knew it I recorded the chorus and made a verse. But while I was about recording the second verse, my producer suggested that I collaborate with Zlatan on the song”.

“I asked who Zlatan was and my producer said he took the last verse in Chinko Ekun’s ‘able God’. I contacted a friend who knows him and he gave me his contact.”.

“I contacted him and sent him the song, he listened and we agreed on recording the song together. He asked for some amount which I paid to him within two days. He confirmed he got the money and ever since then, his number was always busy” .

“I called some of his close friends like DJ 4Kerty, Drumphase, Billy Qand others guys to talk to him;he told the he will do it that I should give him time” .

“Since November 2018 till now I haven’t gotten the song; now I’m asking for a refund because I’m over the recording already, as I’m working on a better song” .

He further added that he has made calls to Zlatan’s management and had narrated what’s been happening between them and after few hours or contacting them they assured him of feedback.

“After waiting for months the management never got back to him as they had promised” .

Mayowa said “when he contacted the management they told him they were sorry and can’t do anything about the matter because at first I didn’t come through them, that since I contacted him directly there was nothing they could do”.

 

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