U.S based dancehall recording artiste Sulfa is furious, as he makes claims that the established ‘Inna Real Life’ singjay Vershon stole segments of a song they previously recorded and republished it as a new single.

The irate deejay claims vershon is  in his terms ‘”fraud” and “already washed up” despite his recently acquired Dancehall stardom.

Accusations are that Vershon reportedly re-used the hook/chorus of a previously recorded song entitled ‘Through My Trials” featuring the U.S Act  without his consent for an upcoming project ‘Pray’ with Cashflow Records

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Sulfa told our sources, “me and the dawg record a song inna 2013 name Through My Trial, somebody send me an image of the artiste promoting the hook of the single without his verses”

He then added, “… each time we se each other we chat, so me nuh aware of no animosity. Is a youth me rate before fame, form magician click days but him just prove to me say him fake.”

Attempts to contact Vershon or any figure of his official representation for a statement have proven to be unsuccessful.

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