In recent discussions about copyright infringements on social media, Brymo has brought up some noteworthy points about fellow musician Burna Boy, even as netizens continue to engage the star in conversation about his claims. He claims that Burna Boy’s hits ‘City Boys’ and ‘I Told Them’ were sampled from his upcoming album, ‘Macabre.’ While this allegation may seem concerning, it is crucial to address these issues constructively and fairly. Brymo has suggested that Burna Boy’s actions are a crime, and he should be held accountable. If true, then this conversation may lead to a better understanding of copyright laws and how to protect the rights of musicians and their work.
“By end of this year y’all will recollect that ‘Macabre’ wasn’t released when in the public, and as privately as it gets .: ‘city boy’.. and ‘I Told You’ were fed to Burna Boy..”
Twitter has remained abuzz with Brymo’s claims that he was attacked by boys sent by Burna Boy following his response to a tweet that suggested a feud between the two stars was brewing. Brymo also raised eyebrows by questioning the use of “number 7” by both Burna Boy and Davido, implying they belonged to a brotherhood. This will not be the first time Brymo has had a social media rant about some of his colleagues who have allegedly “wronged him,” as he recently also had an internet stand-off with 2Baba, who was also mentioned in his tweet. In one of the tweets, he wrote:
“2face tell me say the boys wey attack me na 7 boys.. Burna get 7 for track title .. And I don see Davido video with everybody wearing 7 in it … they are together .. and they have crossed me, and will forever regret it !!.”