Winky D, Magamba TV Resolve US$12K Copyright Infringement Lawsuit
Zimdancehall chanter, Winky D has resolved the copyright infringement matter with Magamba Network Tv after suing the media company.
The chanter, born Wallace Chirumiko had slapped Magamba TV with a US$12k lawsuit after the media compamy reproduced and played Winky D’s song “Parliament” on the 16th of May 2020 during its weekly show concept called “In Case You Missed It”.
In the court documents, Winky D argued that Magamba Tv’s action portrayed him as someone who is aligned to a political party yet his music is purely for entertainment- as a result, he lost revenue after some fans shunned his music.
After months of going back and forth, Winky D and Magamba finally resolved the matter.
“Statement On Magamba Network & Winky D Settlement*
This serves to notify our stakeholders , followers and the general public of the settlement of the case involving copyright infringement between Magamba Network and Winky D.
Kindly note that the use of Winky D’s work known as *”PARLIAMENT”* by Magamba Network in our weekly show concept entitled *”In Case You Missed It”* using the campaign *#RECONVENEPARLY* sometime in May 2020 was made in error and the parties have amicably resolved this matter.
Winky D’s musical work known as *PARLIAMENT* is not to the Magamba Network and its activities.”
Below is the full statement
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