Singer Teni and music producer Shizzi have continued their social media drama over production rights of the hit song ‘Case’.
The fight between duo started after Teni made a tweet on Friday, about people who ‘use’ others.
Reacting, the music producer replied Teni saying she was talking about herself as she double-crossed him on her song, ‘Case’.
Shizzi alleged that Teni gave the song which he says he initially produced to Dr Dolor Entertainment without his due consent.
In a follow up tweet, Teni dared Shizzi to show proof that he truly produced ‘Case’.
Shizzi immediately shared a video of himself and Teni in the studio, listening to the song.
Reacting to Shizzi’s video claim on Twitter on Saturday, Teni wrote: “You would have sued me if you produced it, don’t change the narrative. Drop the stems if you produced it Shizzi! No be video we ask, na stems I wan see”.
In another tweet, the 28-year-old wrote: “Don’t drop a picture, play the sound with my voice that I recorded, since you produced it.”
Reacting on Sunday, Shizzi wrote: “And what do I need to post stems for??? The beat and chords the same and that’s all that matters. Pikin wey no won learn go learn by force.
Another music producer Jay Synths who also claimed he produced the song, wrote on Twitter saying, “I created ‘Case’ on the 13th August 2018 at 5:14am while the other producer is claiming his was created on the 24th of September 2018. Tell me how I copied him when I created mine before him.
“Teni and I had a freestyle of this song (CASE) before she went back to Atlanta. She had said she wanted Shizzi to produce the song for her (reason for the video) but obviously things did’nt go the way she planned. She got back to Naija and I produced the song from the scratch.”
Teni also retweeted Jay’s tweet on Sunday.