The hit-song Chauta ndi wamphamvu that was originally performed by Evison Matafale but has gained prominence after a redo by San B who has involved Nepman and Young K will land the three in trouble.
Media reports have quoted Matafale’s half-brother, Toza, as faulting the two for not having sought prior permission before redoing the song.
Malawi24 understands that Toza has since taken up the issue with the Copyright Society of Malawi (COSOMA) and Musicians Union of Malawi (MUM) to discipline the two.
San B has been known to redo songs of other people with Saleta Phiri and Paul Banda being some of the people he has used their music before.
Nepman was once accused of stealing a song he was featured in Chilawe changachi. The owner of the song complained that Nepman was performing the song in stage appearances as his own.
It is not yet known if the Matafale family is considering taking a legal action against the two.