Wendy Shay Wins Copy right Case Against YouTube – Gets Her Music Video Back On The Platform


YouTube has restored the music video of Wendy shay titled Pray For The World on the streaming platform after she won a copyright case against them.

Days ago, Wendy Shay cried bitterly after someone reported her to YouTube for sampling the beat of hit South African song Jerusalema to record her song Pray For The World.

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She promised to make her lawyers deal with YouTube for infringing on her music rights and explained that her song has different cord progressions from that of Jerusalema.

Well, Wendy has some very good lawyers to fight for her as the song has been returned to where it belonged.

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She made this revelation in a Facebook Live video stressing that the allegation that she stole parts of South African Master KG’s song were all baseless accusations purported by her haters.

”With Afrobeats we basically use the same drum pattern. Jerusalema is different from Pray for the World when it comes to the chord progressions, lead-tones, melodies, lyrics, delivery and everything. They(YouTube) realised that we didn’t steal the song so right now my song is back on YouTube”, she expressed.

”It’s good to have haters because if they hate you the more God blesses you”, she added.

The singer thanked her fans for the immense support they give her through her troubles.

SOURCE: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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