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Between Nigerian Rap Legend, Modenine And Jay-Z’s Album Controversy

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Few days ago, Veteran Nigerian rapper, Modenine stirred up a little bit of controversy after he alleged Jay-Z’s ‘The Story of OJ’ from his new album, 4:44 was inspired by him.Modenine came out on Instagram to draw attention to a song he did ‘My Skin is Black’ in 2008 on his ‘Paradigm Shift’ album which has strong similarities with Jay-Z’s ‘The Story of OJ’ on the ‘4:44’ album. ‘The Story of OJ’ has so far drawn a lot of attention on social media as Jay touched a few issues on the song.
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The rapper who has been away from the limelight for sometime, had allegedly stated that he wasn’t appreciated enough in his own home but people are more accepting of Jay-Z and other foreign acts. That if this had been the other way around there would have been a huge outcry.Well now he seems to be clearing the air as to what he meant exactly after posting another video earlier today stating that he did not accuse JAY-Z of stealing his song instead he actually loves JAY-Z’s version. He also explained that both songs sampled Nina Simone‘s 1985 song “Four Women“. Watch the video below:
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