Punch Newspaper Apologizes To 2Baba For Falsely Accusing Him Of Song Theft

Punch Newspaper Apologizes To 2Baba For Falsely Accusing Him Of Song Theft

Popular Nigerian tabloid has retracted it’s earlier publication about Innocent Idibia aka 2Baba after verifying the news as false…..Punch Newspaper Apologizes To 2Baba For Falsely Accusing Him Of Song Theft

Some weeks ago, Punch Newspaper had published that 2Baba had stolen his hit track ‘Amaka’ from an upcoming artiste Yoko B. The latter had accused the veteran singer of copying his song concept.

In a sudden turn of events, PUNCH Newspaper retracted the story, claiming that it was published without due verification. PUNCH editor wrote,

“On July 8, 2018 edition of the Sunday PUNCH, we published without due verification a story in which Analike Okezie (Yoko B) accused 2Baba of stealing his song, Amaka.
We hereby retract the said story and tender an apology to Mr. Innocent Idibia, aka 2Baba, who we hold in high regard.“

The retraction might not come from his primary accuser, but the fact that the media outlet decided to retract the publication suggests that there is an air of uncertainty around the story. And the retraction can be taken as some sort of vindication for 2baba.

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