“GOOBA” simple 6ix9ine is removed from YouTube for copyright


The video of the single “GOOBA”, seller of gold of Tekashi 6ix9ine, was removed from YouTubeafter that is present a copyright claim against the star of rap.

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The search for “GOOBA” it is not more that the video of the letter, while the old link to the visual image returns a message it says that the video was removed from a copyright claim a producer african called Maxic Enga.

The producer Kenyan Magix Enga, also known as “Beat King”, says that 6ix9ine tested the pace on one of his rhythms.

The video GOOBA was lying down for Copyright on YouTube

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YouTube took the matter seriously enough as for taking the video, which had amassed hundreds of millions of visits, and became the epicenter of a battle of letters between Tekashi 6ix9ine, Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber and the Billboard magazine.