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Copyright: Tiwa Savage's 'One' Video Pulled Down From YouTube

The music video of Tiwa Savage’s hit song, ‘One’ has allegedly been pulled down from YouTube following a copyright infringement saga surrounding the song.

Tiwa’s song was pulled down after Danny Young claimed that Tiwa Savage stole a verse of his 2009 hit song ‘Oju Tiwon’.

According to Young, the alleged stolen verse consists of three lines of a Yoruba proverb, adding that he inspired Tiwa’s verse.

In an Instagram post directed at Tiwa, Young said he won’t accept the habit of using verse or lines from his songs without his permission.

He also said that he expected much more from Tiwa Savage as an international artiste.

Though the audio of the song was not pulled down, the video of the song was not found on YouTube when it was searched for.

The Mavin Records first lady released ‘One’ song in November 2018. The song is a mix of Yoruba and English language, where she recounted her blessings as she list her feats and mentions herself as one of those who has been most fortunate in the year.

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