6ix9ine's "Gooba" Music Video Removed Due to Copyright Claim

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The American rapper took to his Instagram to gloat.

Blow very hard for 6ix9ine including the clip, which marked his return, and has accumulated very many records, "Gooba", has been removed from YouTube, following a complaint from the beatmaker Magix Commitment, which accuses him of having sampled one of his securities without his permission.

On Sunday (May 31), people started noticing the video had been removed. But even with the millions of views it has racked up since, it appears that the song is no longer available YouTube, or at least the grandiose music video he released along with the song.

Kenyan producer Magix Enga, also known as "Beat King", claims that 6ix9ine tested the beat in one of its beats.

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The producer went to Instagram to expose 6ix9ine as well.

Earlier on Enga had warned against sampling any of is beats; "Don't sample my Beats Biggest song Delete By Magix Enga ✌️".

However, the video has been restored back on YouTube and it has over 270 Million views, but Tekashi 6ix9ine is yet to comment on its removal from YouTube. The song now sits at No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 after peaking at No. 3. 6ix9ine was pissed off about the single not reaching No. 1 and accused Billboard of fudging its numbers so he would not come out on top.

6ix9ine has promised a follow-up single but keeps pushing the date back. It should be noted only the music video for the song has been taken down.

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