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Naymo Records Threatens Legal Action Against Lonestar Cell MTN

Naymo Records artists, PCK and L'Frankie, this morning on   Kool FM 91.9 threatened to file a lawsuit against Lonestar cell MTN if the company refuses to live up to the agreement signed in 2016. 

According to the artists, Lonestar Cell MTN has been using their song 'I Here' as a ring tone for the past two years, charging subscribers 25cent monthly. 

The guys from Naymo records expressed their dissatisfaction, warning MTN that if nothing is done about it,  then the law will surely be the order of the day.  

"It is really frustrating to hear your song playing as a ring back tone but on the other hand you are not receiving nothing in return" DJweezy,  Naymo record CEO said.

Check out the screenshots below. 

Written by:
Momolu M. Kpanyanwu 


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