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Controversy ensues as Hatim and Dokey accuse Wizzard OG of song theft


A bitter verbal spat has erupted between the renowned singing duo Hatim and Dokey and the rising star Wizzard OG over the ownership and release of their collaborative track, “Mafia.”

Dokey, one-half of the dynamic duo, took to their TikTok account to air grievances, claiming that Wizzard OG released the song without their consent.

He claimed that the song “Mafia” hit the airwaves before the parties involved had reached a consensus, primarily pointing fingers at Wizzard OG for not honoring their financial agreement.

Wizzard OG

Dokey alleges that Wizzard OG failed to fulfill certain financial obligations before the song’s release, and the premature release of the song has undeniably sparked a rift between the collaborators.

Also Read: Mafia: Wizzard OG’s Latest Release Features Hatim and Dokey

“Hello, my people,” Dokey addressed their fans. “Many of you have been asking why Hatim and Dokey haven’t been promoting ‘Mafia,’ the song that dropped a few weeks back. Well, here’s the truth. We created this project with Wizzard OG, but he went ahead and released it without our consent.”

According to Dokey, he penned the song himself, with the audio production handled by D’Mario. The plan was for Wizzard OG to fulfill certain financial obligations before the song’s release, a promise that Dokey alleges was not kept.

Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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