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Rema Replies OAP Do2dtun Over Calling DJ Neptune Out

Rema has words for OAP Do2dtun as well, over calling DJ Neptune out.

Rema Do2dtun DJ Neptune

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Mavin Records/ Jonzing star, Rema has replied Foremost OAP and hypeman Do2dtun over the recent saga of calling DJ Neptune out.

Today, 26th of November 2021, In a lengthy rant, Rema accused prolific Nigerian disc jockey DJ Neptune of dropping an old song they did together without following due process or consulting him.

Registering his displeasure at the way DJ Neptune released the song without his permission, Rema went on a lengthy rant on Twitter.

Reacting to Rema's reaction, Do2dtun commented on the issue, stating that the young singer, songwriter, and performer should have found a better approach than the way he handled it. Taking to his Twitter page, he wrote:

I love Rema alot. I hosted his first ever listening. He just needs to find a better approach on things like this. You all recorded this together, we were not there. He also needs to address things with his representatives. Trust me, this won’t be more than a mere miscommunication.

Rema wasted no time in replying the OAP, stating that he wasn't trying to be disrespectful but was only cross about how his art was released without permission. Rema wrote:

OG we didn’t record it together, neither was I paid, neither did I sign any document, neither did the producer ask for my consent before releasing my stems. I was crossed, I’m not a hot head, I’m just a kid vouching for my Art that’s all, I’m not a disrespectful person.

Rema Do2dtun DJ Neptune

DJ Neptune dropped his sophomore album, the second volume of his debut piece, 'Greatness 2.0' this morning. The star-studded 16-track project features acts like Laycon, Mr Eazi, Patoranking, Bella Shmurda, Adekunle Gold, Blaqbonez, Rema amongst others.

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