Rapper Ball J’s ‘Lullaby’ diss song to Sarkodie has been taken down by Youtube over copyright violations.

Apparently, the beat used by Ball J was sold to another person.

So now that he has used the same beat for his diss song, the original owner had to report him for violating copyright laws.

Ball J explaining the situation via Twitter wrote:

“Lullaby audio slid was uploaded last night on YouTube with no intentions of making money, apparently the same beat by @fortunedane has been given to someone to upload 2 hours ago & monetize with content ID and reported my song to be removed! That’s why the link is dead!”

Fortune Dane, the producer of the beat also messaged Ball J explaining the situation to him.

According to him, he sent this particular beat to Ball J in time past but he didn’t show any interest in using it.

He was forced to sell the beat to another person only for Ball J to use the beat for his diss song.

Read his message below:

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