After the Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) shared their disappointment with the rapper using their logo for his personal use, Ghanaian rapper Amerado modified the cover art of his newly hit song “Taxi Driver.”
The rapper was in Dubai about two weeks ago for the music video shoot and chose to use a real picture of himself standing by a Dubai taxi cab as the song’s cover art.
However, the DTC, through the Dubai government, has contacted the rapper about using their logo for commercial benefit without the association’s knowledge or approval. They demanded that the rapper alter the cover art right away to prevent any more legal action.
In response to the message, the ‘Yeete Nsem’ hitmaker immediately changed the cover art and pleaded with his fans to accept the new changes.
PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT !! 📌
In response to a message received from the Dubai Government through the Dubai Taxi Corporation( @dtcuae ) for the inappropriate usage of DTC assets for the official art cover of the new single ‘Taxi Driver’, Team Amerado would like to inform 1/3 pic.twitter.com/d50Xv7MuKm
— AMERADO (@Amerado_Burner) March 10, 2021
Sight below the Old cover art of his song: