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Wizzard OG defends releasing ‘Mafia’ amidst accusations of agreement breach


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Wizzard OG has defended his decision to release the collaborative track “Mafia” amidst accusations from Hatim and Dokey.

The ongoing musical feud takes a new twist as Wizzard OG fires back at Hatim and Dokey’s allegations through a short video on his TikTok account.

Wizzard OG asserts that he took the initiative to release “Mafia” because Hatim and Dokey were not prioritizing the project. According to Wizzard, the delay was unacceptable, and he felt compelled to share the song with his eager fanbase.

“I understand their concerns, but the truth is, Hatim and Dokey weren’t focusing on ‘Mafia,’” Wizzard OG stated. “I didn’t want our fans to wait any longer. The project needed to be out there, and I made that call for the sake of the music and our supporters.”

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This response adds a new dimension to the dispute, highlighting a clash of priorities between the artists. While Hatim and Dokey emphasized the importance of adhering to their initial agreement, Wizzard OG focused on delivering the music to fans without further delay.

As the story continues to unfold, fans are left to watch the drama play out and choose sides in this heated debate over creative control and timely releases.

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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