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DJ Tira On Why They Decided To Share Credit Of ‘Omunye’ With DJ LAG

Tira's enraged clapback at reports that Distruction Boyz admitted to have stolen Omunye

DJ Tira On Why They Decided To Share Credit Of ‘Omunye’ With DJ LAG. After there were reports that Distruction Boyz finally admitted that they did indeed steal Omunye hit banger from DJ Lag, Tira came forward to clarify that they didn’t admit anything but decided to settle for a common ground where the Gqom duo was going to share credits of the song with DJ Lag.

“We decided to sit down and talk for the sake of peace,” Afrotainment boss DJ Tira Speaking to TshisaLIVE.

The DJ insisted that a decision to “share credit” was in no way an admission of guilt, but rather a “peace offering.”

But just as there was an end in sight to the ongoing feud, the war has been reignited with Tira angry that the “peace offering” had been leaked to the media. He told TshisaLIVE that all agreements were now off the table.

“We had an agreement with them (on royalties). It was a decision that we made together. What came out over the weekend made us look like we were wrong. We never said that we were wrong. The other party didn’t do anything to help the situation. It showed us that this does not look like the people that we can reach an agreement with. It doesn’t look like it is going to work.”

Tira acts as a mentor to Distruction Boyz members Thobane “Que” Mgobozi and Zipho “Goldmax” Mthembu. They were not available for comment at the time of publishing this story. DJ Lag and his team have also been unavailable for comment.

Below is a statement released by Tira and Distruction Boyz on social media.

https://twitter.com/DistructionB/status/978241871939031040/photo/1

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