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Dammy Krane calls out Wizkid, accuses him of stealing songs

Dammy-Krane-One-Lagos-Fiesta-2015Hypertek Entertainment act Dammy Krane set social media abuzz on Tuesday when he accused ‘Star Boy’ honcho Wizkid of stealing his songs.

Krane took to microblogging site Twitter to allege that “Wizzy” didn’t just steal his music, but he is also “fake”.

In a series of tweets, the self-professed “Enterkraner,” said he was ready to take on Wizkid as he’s from the streets, but he had to be begged to calm down.

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“This industry nigga has been trying it for a while.Stole a couple of my stuff but I didn’t talk…..,” he wrote.

“Wizkid is a b**ch n*gga, I was about to loose it and f*ck him up but they even had to beg me,no time to form I am the streets!!#industreet#,” he added.

He also told his fans on Twitter that he lost his brother last year and has no time for thieves or bullies.

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“Last year my brother got robbed and was beaten to death in America,I have a problem with thieves and people who try to intimidate others,” he said.

So, are we about to see another quick beef like Olamide/Donjazzy’s or this is just another PR stunt?

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