Gengetone producer Magix Enga took down hip hop star Tekashi 6ix9ine’s music video for “Gooba” from YouTube over copyright infringement.
In a social media post he warned,
“Don’t sample my Beats Biggest song Delete By Magix Enga ✌️.”
The take down did not take long as 6ix9ine’s team filed a counter claim.
Hours after Magix Enga’s claim, the music video was back streaming on YouTube garnering over 200 million views.
The American rapper took to his Instagram to gloat. He wrote,
“LMAOOOOOOOOO I know ya dead mad right now.”
Magix reacted to this by posting a video on Twitter and called the American rapper, “stupid”.
— Magix Enga (@magix_enga) May 31, 2020
The video for “Gooba,” is 6ix9ine’s first post-prison song after he was arrested and charged for racketeering.
KOT reacted to the news of Magix Enga pulling down the hiphop hit over copyright claims.
@ProfCymOhAFC: Did you know that Magix Enga can easily make lot’s of cash than he has has ever made in his music life by claiming financial compensation from 6ix9ine management team to restore GOOBA hit song back to YouTube? That will only happen if the claim is genuine.
If the copyright claim was false Magix faces dire consequences.