Youtube Deletes Tekashi 6ix9ine’s ‘Gooba’ Video Due To Copyright Claims
Youtube Tekashi 6ix9ine Gooba Copyright: Youtube has pulled down the music video of Tekashi 6ix9ine’s new song, ‘Gooba’. We reported here, that the song broke records for being the highest streamed. Apparently, that victory was shortlived as the rapper is now facing copyright allegations from a Kenyan producer.
The rapper who is popularly known as a snitch had only recently gotten back home to serve out the remainder of his sentence under house arrest.
He made his significant rebound with “GOOBA,” a melody where he takes ownership of snitching claims. He also makes sure to insult his naysayers.
As at the time of writing this, the video is no longer available on Youtube.. Per XXL, the song’s music video has been expelled from YouTube because of a copyright claim from Magix Enga. “The video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by Magix Enga,” it reads.” It says.
Magix Enga, a Kenyan beat maker, came for 6ix9ine a day or two ago on Instagram. “Don’t sample my Beats Biggest song Delete By Magix Enga,” he said. It ought to be noted just the music video for the song has been brought down. The lyric video for “GOOBA” is as yet accessible on YouTube.
This declaration comes half a month after 6ix9ine made an entire motorcade out of not coming to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and a couple of days after he reported his next single’s discharge was postponed until next Friday. Now, he’s yet to react, but we’re expecting him to say something soon.