The B2C trio deleted the song from all their platforms

The B2C trio deleted the song from all their platforms


Our Reporter
The B2C soldiers have deleted from YouTube the new single they stole from Kadongo Kamu singer Harriet Sanyu.
A few days ago, the trio released Tebigatika, a single they recorded from Sanyu’s Kyatutondera version of without her consent.
And following her complaints and determination to seek justice, the stars have erased it from their YouTube channel.
The trio deleted their latest single after the original
composer Ssanyu reportedly dragged them to courts of law for redoing her song without her consent.
The Kadongo Kamu artiste is demanding compensation from the singers for redoing her song without her consent.
“I don’t want to listen to it ever. They must pay me and withdraw it from the market,” Sanyu had demanded.
When contacted, the B2C soldiers as they are fondly know said they just redid it as a ‘cover.’
B2C while at Nation Media house

B2C while at Nation Media house


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