Nigerian artist Young Duu denied being duped by Carterefe over the release of a song titled “Oyinmo”. He stated that he had agreed to produce the song without his name being on it for his own gain. He emphasized that his voice is his money and he did not want to be ripped off. His statement sparked reactions online, with some expressing doubt and others showing understanding. Reactions ranged from skepticism to support, with some questioning Young Duu’s understanding of the music business and others acknowledging his perspective. Overall, there were mixed reactions to his statement.
In a viral video, Nigerian artist Young Duu declared that he was not duped or ripped off by Carterefe regarding a recently released song titled “Oyinmo.”
Previously, there were claims that Carterefe defrauded Young Duu because his name was not mentioned in the new song.
However, Yung Duu quickly issued a statement dismissing reports of being defrauded or ripped off.
According to Young Duu, he agreed with Carter Efe and a group of people to produce the song without using his name for whatever reason, for his own gain.
In his statement, he said,
“I was there, and I didn’t want my name there. My voice is my money, do you understand? Nobody is ripping me off.”
My voice is my money, and I said it should be that way. That’s how it’s going to be. I want to see money; I came to Lagos to make money.”
His statement, however, generated reactions online, with many individuals taking to the comments section of the post to share their thoughts.
See some reactions below:
@Jbrandy_YBNL: “Dem don Dey sweet talk my guy. He go soon get sense.”
@DRDammy4: “Haaaa, he did not know how the music business works, your name and voice na e bi your money oooo.”
@_Harbaylicon: “Ohhh he has come out to shed light to what we seem not to understand, interesting.”
@mr_tobby01: “I hope he sha no go come back, and say another thing, coz Carterefe rate na 90/10% oo.”
@Snoopy_Bender: “This is a fat lie, very soon we’ll get to last bus stop. We still Dey road.”
@IamBlaccode: “Omohhh I think”