Tyler ICU says the issue with Mnike producers has been resolved. The Amapiano musician was dragged a couple of days ago after the controversial Musa Khawula revealed that the producers, Nandipha808, and Ceeka RSA demand royalties from Tyler. The producers reportedly claimed that Tyler is taking all the credit for the global hit song without acknowledging them.
The musician got dragged on social media, while some people dug deep into the issue in other to bring clarity.
Taking to Twitter, Tyler ICU says it’s a false allegation and that the matter has been resolved.
“So no one is saying anything about Mnike issue being resolved on @MusaKhaluwa space He even deleted the post about the false allegations being made about me The song is mine & Tumelo including @DjMaphorisa @nandipha808 @Ceekarsa @tyronedee_”
It’s twitter, they are always here to come at anyone that is doing well. Unfortunately, they will never apologise after being rude to you.
— WealthIsMyPortion (@PaulKaraboRamah) July 14, 2023
Source – fakazanews
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