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Riky Rick’s Music Removed From Streaming Platforms

Riky Rick’s family has reportedly removed his Family Values album from all streaming services and will allegedly delete all his social media accounts, according to Iharare and OpenViewRadio.

The publication adds that the late entertainer’s images from streaming platforms including YouTube will also be deleted.

‘FAMILY VALUES ALBUM REMOVED’

The outlet adds that the family of the late musician Riky Rick is reportedly at loggerheads over his money and has decided to remove his Family Values album from streaming services and will delete his social media.

Musician Slikour tweeted:

“Looks like Riky Rick’s “Family Values” album has been removed from all streaming platforms.”

He also confirmed the removal and tweeted:

“It has been removed but don’t have the details yet.”

These are unconfirmed reports and thought to be the musician’s dying wish and the family is taking these decisions to stop ongoing fights between his family members over Ricky Rick’s wealth and royalties since his death.

Riky Rick left his legion of fans grieving after he took his own life back in February at the age of 34 years.

Riky Rick has over 1 million followers on his Twitter account and has an Instagram page with over 2.1 million followers.

So far, media reports indicate that his famous album, “Family Values” with fan-favourite songs like Boss Zonke has already been deleted from all streaming services.

REACTIONS FROM RIKY RICK’S FANS
@quest_47:

“Don’t worry we still have our CDs.”

@iamwacko_demon:

“I hope the stay shining ep and all the other songs are safe.”

@KAG1SO:

“Prolly wanna update the masters and everything, plus put it on Spotify too.”

@JonesTeayanna:

“I suspect his family requested it to be taken down, people might have been sampling the songs & exploiting his work without getting permission through the right channels.”

@Siya_ZAR:

“Wouldn’t make sense to take it down because of sampling. It’s probably an ownership situation with a label.”

@smokedoutnerd:

“Yeah if the wrong people were benefiting from the royalties they made a good choice bringing the album down.”