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Watch Carter Efe and Berri Tiga’s Reconciliation After ‘Machala’ Fallout.

As Carter Efe and Berri Tiga make up after their drawn-out Machala incident, it’s kiss and makeup time. Watch the tale below to see how they got along.

Carter Efe, a comedian and recording artist, and Berri Tiga have made up after their protracted and intensely passionate argument over the Machala track.

The two acts, who were at peace, announced this new development on social media by posting a video of their performance of the Machala single in what appeared to be a lounge. Tiga was the main performer, and an upbeat Efe was seated next to him. The video was posted by Tiga itself two days after Efe’s birthday and with the message “It’s all love” with a white flag floating in the background. No ill feelings @carterefe_ more life. 

This adds another twist to their contentious and widely publicized falling out, which resulted in the song being removed from all music streaming services before being published again on September 16. 

Here is a video of their reconciliation:

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TUSSLE FOR OWNERSHIP!! Who do you believe is the original owner of Machala, Carter Efe or Berri Tiga?

Carter Efe, a popular Nigerian comedian, is being dragged on social media by singer Berri Tiga over their Machala hit song, which was removed from all streaming platforms days ago. 

Tiga went on the internet and claimed that he wrote and sang Machala. This caused quite a stir on social media, with rumors spreading that Efe benched Tiga after the track ‘blew.’

Remember how Carter Efe and Tiga created the Machala song, which swept the entertainment industry and went viral? According to new reports, the two stars had a falling out over the song, with one party claiming the other was trying to take all the credit. 

Berri Tiga claims he wrote the Machala song from start to finish. The singer responded during an Instagram live session after some fans asked if he produced the song. He claims he is solely responsible for writing and singing the song. 

Tiga went on to say that he had no idea why the song had been removed from all streaming platforms. He said:

“I effing sang Machala. I wrote and I sang Macahala 100% bro. I wrote Machala, I sang Machala from the beginning to the end.”

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