Tekashi 6ix9ine's 'GOOBA' Video Eliminated Following Copyright Declare

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Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine’s video “Gooba” has been faraway from Youtube following a declare from a Kenyan producer that he stole the beat from him.

When followers head to Youtube to try to view the video, they’re met with the message, “The video is not accessible as a consequence of a copyright declare by Magix Enga.”

Since its launch final month, the video managed to rack up 270 million views on the streaming platform. In response to Chart Information, the video broke the document for the most important 24-hour debut for a Hip Hop video in YouTube historical past.

Tekashi has not denied the copyright claims, however after Enga despatched him a message by way of Instagram, he merely responded, calling him “Lifeless Mad” earlier than deleting the submit.

For the video to have been pulled, there will need to have been some benefit to Enga’s claims. If confirmed proper, Enga could possibly be entitled to a few of the rapper’s thousands and thousands he has been flaunting on the Gram.



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