Another dancehall artiste has come forward to accuse Valiant of stealing their style. Expressing his frustrations about this online was Montego Bay artiste Teebone, who accused the “Mad Out” entertainer of continuously stealing his content and not giving him any credit for it.
“Mi tired a unu bro, especially Valiant cuz a u a dweet bro. Is like yuh siddung ova deh suh and seh yah go drain off a piece a Teebone energy.”
Teebone made a desperate cry expressing his anger, whilst claiming to have not received any recognition for being the mastermind behind the Slangs and styles stolen from him. He named a few of the songs that he believes were copied by Valiant, including ‘Crown,’ and ‘Petrified‘.
To prove the validity of his claims, he told viewers on the live stream to check the statistics to see who sang those songs first. He also mentioned that at one point, fellow deejay Brysco brought what Valiant was doing to his attention.
“Unu a big artiste and unu bust, weh unu need fi use my style. Yuh no need fi go back ina me style dem bro,” he said while demanding that the ‘Narcissistic‘ deejay stop stealing as he has already made a name for himself in the music business.
“Mi no rate yuh…Mi no like yuh yute, mi no like yuh bredda mi a tell yuh d truth.”
Teebone went further to accuse Valiant of being a rapist and said that he was not charged for it because international star Popcaan helped to bail him out.
On the other hand, this is not the first time that Valiant has been accused of stealing another artiste’s style. In the past, dancehall entertainer Jamal declared that he was the creator of the slang, “Dunce,” which is often used by Valiant.
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