Exit Faces Shocking Accusations


By  | May 13, 2021, 01:38 PM 

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David Shikalepo better as Exit Rockaz, is at the center of attention again and this time around he is accused of apparently not compensating two artists what's due to them.

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It is no secret that Exit is one of the country's well-decorated and much-loved musicians and he has worked hard to achieve his dreams. The musician is the owner of Rockaz Productions, a record label he started a few years ago, and a philanthropist of note.

To jog your memory for a bit Exit, and Samuel Ngodji recently partnered up with Living The Dream records to create an amazing album titled Die Hele Box. The album was a major success and it is still topping charts, but there is already some drama surrounding the album's logo.

According to Namibia's Hot Tea, the artists are accused of stealing the branding and not paying two guys who are the creative heads behind the Die Hele Box logo.

Exit apparently claimed he would compensate them a whopping 30k but no payment has allegedly been made thus far. This has prompted the artists to call them out on social media. In a fiery post on Instagram, one of the artists decided to put them on blast for not paying them "I hope Exit nd Samwele benefited from our brand without compensating us in any way." he shared. The artists have been tagging Exit and Samuel but they haven't responded to the accusations.

Some have been defending them and some are calling on them to respond to the allegations.

It seems copyright infringement is becoming a major problem faced by several creatives as another artist who is apparently in trouble for copyright infringement is Young T.

According to an article published by UnWrap, Eben-Ezer Choir issuing him N$80 000 for apparently copying their song Ndapandula.

Following the accusations, Young T took to his Instagram to react to the claims and it seems he was unbothered, "Wow. After three years? 80k?? I think I'm going to prison you guys! 🤦🏾‍♂️🙆🏾‍♂️ I don't have any money 🤷🏾‍♂️or anything else to give. Please start sending me books to read in jail," he shared.

The choir's legal team Kadhila Amoomo Legal Practitioners, is demanding copies of the song from him and they want him to stop using the song as they believe he benefiting from royalties of the song.

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