Mr Eazi, a Nigerian performer, has also joined the ‘Vawulence’ in October.
Mr Eazi posted to Instagram on Wednesday, October 27th, to criticize Jay Z for allegedly copying him. His charge began with a screenshot of Marcy Venture Partners’ most recent fundings.
Marcy Venture Partners is a venture capital firm that focuses on consumer products and services, as well as digital media and technology firms. Jay Z was one of the co-founders in 2019.
Jay Z has closed his second fund with $325 million, according to Eazi’s post. Mr Eazi shared the photo on social media, pleading with fans to tell Jay Z to stop mimicking him.
Many people are baffled as to which of Jay Z’s many businesses he allegedly plagiarized.
For those who don’t know, Mr. Eazi was a tech co-founder for a short time, having founded the popular gadget store obiwezy. Empawa Africa and Zagadat Capital are both founded by him. PawaPay, a firm that helps users transfer and receives money globally, just received a $9 million investment from Zagadat Capital.
Mr. Eazi’s Zagadat Capital intends to invest in startups and enterprises that will drive Africa’s technological future. With its recent investment in PawaPay, Zagadat Capital is helping to establish a continent that is financially connected to itself and to the rest of the world. He’s also launched the Africa Music Fund (AMF), a $20 million fund dedicated to supporting the careers of African musicians.
See his response to Jay Z’s action below:
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