In a recent interview with Vanguard, the producer said he produced 15 tracks on the singer’s album and he’s yet to get paid.
“When this feud started, Danku told me not to worry that everything will be fine, so I left and continued working on my other projects. I’m asking for my money now because they have settled.” he said.
Speaking further, Puffy Tee said, “I didn’t reach out to Oritsefemi because I and Danku have been working on other projects together. In fact, I didn’t even think of reaching out to him, basically it’s just time, I felt when the right time comes I will ask for my money, and the right time is now.”
“If they don’t pay me I’m going to sue them straight up because it’s my money and I worked hard for it. To produce 15 tracks on someone’s album is not a joke, so they can’t tell me there is no money, they go for shows, the songs are on ITunes and caller tunes, and no matter how little it is, money is coming in.”
“The money made from songs on caller tunes are meant to be shared between the artiste and producer because it’s not just the vocals that is downloaded but the beat.”
“So, as long as he’s making money with those songs I produced, he can be sued” he concluded.
However, Oritsefemi has reacted to the report. The ‘Double Wahala’ singer said it’s not his job to handle his company’s financial issues.
“I don’t know about it, we had about 7 producers on the album, though PuffyTee produced for me but my manager, Danku has been the one relating with him.”
“When it comes to financial issues it’s my management that handles it, it’s not my job” he said.