Tocky Vibes And ExQ Song “Wakatemba” Set To Return To YouTube
The hit song “Wakatemba” which was recently taken down by YouTube following a nasty fallout between Tocky Vibes and ExQ is set to return to YouTube soon.
This comes after ExQ’s camp engaged Tocky Vibes for a ‘round-table following a fallout over their hit collaboration, Wakatemba, which was taken down by YouTube.
Speaking during an interview with a local tabloid, Tocky Vibes explained to his fans the reason why the song was taken down on YouTube.
Tocky Vibes said ExQ’s camp failed to honor a verbal agreement they entered before recording the song and they had no option, but to have the content removed.
The audio and video versions of the single were taken down after a copyright claim by Tocky Vibes management. The song which is normally credited as ExQ featuring Tocky Vibes was a collaboration between the two musicians.
Tocky Vibes said they had agreed that ExQ would return the favor by featuring on his song, but he became evasive when he wanted him to return the favor.
He said every time he engaged him, he would give excuses and sometimes ignore his calls and messages.
Tocky Vibes revealed that he tried everything to engage them, but they were not forthcoming. He said, he felt they were no longer interested, so he had no option, but to take have the video and audio removed from YouTube.
He, however, apologized to his fans and promised them that both the video and the audio would be back on YouTube soon.
Watch the video below as Tocky Vibes speaks on the ExQ Wakatemba song scandal;
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