6ix9ine’s new music video that broke records has been taken down from YouTube.
People started noticing the ‘Gooba’ music video was removed from YouTube due to copyright infringements, people noticed this on Sunday, May 31.
For quite some time, the music video was replaced by “The video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by Magix Enga.” message.
Kenyan artiste and record producer who goes by the name of Magix Enga is the one who removed the music video for ‘Gooba’ claiming that Tekashi sampled one of his beats without permission.
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“Don’t sample my Beats Biggest song Delete By Magix Enga ✌️🇰🇪.” Magix Enga wrote on Instagram calling out Tekashi 6ix9ine for sampling one of his beats without permission.
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Magix Enga recently made headlines as well after pulling down a song done by a Tanzanian bongo Flava and Afrobeats artiste dubbed ‘Uno’ for samplings his beats without permission.
The video for ‘Gooba’ Tekashi’s first post-prison song, broke a record when it was released on May 8, surpassing Eminem’s “Kill Shot” for the most views for a hip-hop video in 24 hours with 38.9 million—Eminem had 38.1 million views.
6ix9ine was pissed off about his hit song ‘Gooba’ not reaching No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 after peaking at No. 3, the song currently sits at No. 11 on the charts.
Tekashi 6ix9ine even got into a back and forth with Ariana Grande, whose ‘Stuck With U’ collab with Justin Bieber took the No. 1 spot.