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Jah Signal Takes Responsibility, Issues Public Apology to The Charambas Over Unauthorised Song Sampling

Jah Signal Apologizes to The Charambas for Copyright Infringement

Jah Signal has publicly apologised to the Charambas for sampling their music without their permission after they got two of his hit songs, ‘Shinga Muroora’ (Sweetie) and ‘Tengai Mafuta,’ taken down from YouTube for copyright infringement.

Also read: “We Have Been Victims To Copyright Infringement”: The Charamba’s and the Fishers of Men Break Their Silence After Jah Signal’s Hit Songs Are Removed From YouTube

Divided Opinions on Social Media

The incident sparked divided opinions among Zimbabweans on various social media platforms. Some felt that Pastors Charles and Olivia Charamba should have been more understanding, considering their Christian beliefs. On the other hand, some argued that Jah Signal should not have proceeded with sampling the songs after being denied permission.

Also read: “New Copyright Claim Loading”: Jah Signal Sparks Controversy After Releasing Another Song Sampled From Oliver Mtukudzi’s Song “Mbabvu Yangu”

Jah Signal Eats Humble Pie, Apologises to The Charambas

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Jah Signal apologises to the Charambas (Image: Jah Signal/Instagram)

Jah Signal, however, chose to extend an olive branch and publicly apologised to the Charambas on Friday night. He posted a picture of the Charambas and acknowledged them as his respected elders for life. In his brief apology, Jah Signal expressed his love for them and conveyed his sincere remorse.

“Elders for life. I love you mom and dad, I’m so sorry 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽,” Jah Signal apologised.

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Mixed Reactions on Social Media to Jah Signal’s Apology

The apology stirred mixed reactions on social media. Some commended him for taking responsibility and showing humility by apologizing. Others, however, insisted that he should apologize in person rather than through social media. Here are a few responses:

sabetachichi:

Go to their church service on Sunday and apologise (not on social media)

daddyhope2:

Well done young man for apologising

leshwiththedraaco_:

👏👏 Taking responsibility and accountability broo. That’s so big of you 🔥

tiinashe_thisisit:

apa gaya kumakisa kwazvinoita kuswera uchidefender munhu azongobvuma mhosva🙃

swagger_chando_zw:

Apology ycho neparagrafu ranyorwa nikisi parikuda Apology yekwaseh calz apa 😂

Also read: Copyright Symphony: Jah Signal’s Hit Song “Sweetie” Removed From YouTube Over Copyright Infringement Violation

Risk of Another Song Removal

In a related development, Jah Signal appears unrepentant and faces the risk of having another song removed from YouTube. He recently released a new song, which includes lyrics from the late legendary musician Oliver Mtukudzi’s track, “Mbabvu Yangu.”

Whether Jah Signal sought permission before sampling Oliver Mtukudzi’s song remains uncertain.

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