Portable "Zaazu" crooner accuses popular dancer, Pocolee of stealing his song, dollars! 1
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Portable “Zaazu” crooner accuses popular dancer, Pocolee of stealing his song, dollars!

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Portable, the singer of the viral song Zazuu, which features Olamide and Pocolee, has accused Pocolee of taking his money and claiming the song’s patent.

Portable accused Pocolee of stealing two thousand and four hundred dollars out of three thousand dollars handed to him by Wizkid while performing in a series of videos that appeared online.

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“Wizkid gifted me with $3,000, but as Pocolee and I were dancing, he seized the money and only released $600,” Portable said.

Pocolee also erroneously listed himself as the lead artist on the Zaazu single, claiming patent to the song, according to Portable.

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“I wrote the song.” Even if you want to be on the list, it needs to be worded as ‘Portable starring Olamide X Pocolee or Portable featuring Pocolee X Olamide,’ not the other way around,’ according to Portable.

Pocolee had written the names of the artists in the song as though he owned the tune.

He also posted the song to his streaming accounts, placing himself in a position to profit directly from the tune without the permission of Portable.

The song Zaazu has been gaining popularity in recent weeks, thanks to the talents of music icon Olamide.

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