Stipper Man, Bafana To Face Plagiarism Charges


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Kazibwa alleges that Stipper Man and Bafana only changed the style of Music from ‘Kadongo kamu’ to dance hall but having the same wording and carrying similar meaning.

“My fans called me informing me about that song and later saw it somewhere playing. These guys copied all whatever is in my song plus the rhythms and title; I have tried to communicate to Stipper Man but all in vain after he turned down my calls,” said Kazibwa.

“My next step is seeking court redress over the matter; I want court to force these guys to pay a sum-what compensation.”

However, Stipper Man has denied the charge, saying, “I got the song from my former girlfriend.”


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