- Content creator Carter Efe has stirred reactions on social media amid his song ownership rift with Berri Tiga
- A video making the rounds on social media captured the skit maker at a nightclub where he publicly announced his change of name
- The entertainer said he now wishes to be addressed as Machala The Ripper, and social media users had different things to say
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Skit maker turned music star, Carter Efe, has made the news yet again after making an unexpected announcement.
A video making the rounds on social media captured the comedian and some of his friends at a nightclub.
Efe took the front row and proceeded to make a surprising announcement for those in the club. The Machala hitmaker made it known that he is no longer to be addressed as Carter Efe.
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According to him, he now identifies as Machala The Ripper.
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Social media users react
"Good to hear, don’t like the way u re sharing the name with my fav b4."
"No go give yourself name way you go regret ooo As poco lockup nobody call am ripper again."
"Oga u just Dey cry that boy go soon blow u go see am with ur own eye Dey here Dey talk rubbish."
"Ripper Dey cast ripper how many rippers ."
"Cmon carter ..you actually don’t need all this na ."
"We rise by ripping others."
"Carter Efe and portable I don't know which one is even worse , them they same league no doubt ."
ID Cabasa wades into Careter Efe, Berri Tiga right
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Veteran music producer and record label boss ID Cabasa lent his voice to the raging issue between famous skit maker Carter Efe and fast-rising singer Berri Tiga.
The former Coded Tunes boss said he had watched the two young creatives make a mess of simple things that could have been resolved maturely.
ID Cabasa also noted that he doesn't believe the prevalent statement that Carter Efe would've offered Berri just a five percent stake in the ownership of the song.