Passion Java warns YouTubers and Facebook users who posted his videos without his approval.
Flamboyant and public relations savvy religious leader Prophet Passion Java has announced that he intends to file copyright infringement violations against YouTubers and individuals on Facebook over his videos.
In a post on his Facebook page, Java urged Youtubers and individuals on Facebook to remove all his videos from their accounts or face a copyright infringement strike.
All youtubers and fb posters who have posted my videos without my approval, my office will be filing copyright infringement strikes an hour from now. Remove all my videos or a strike will come after you!
All youtubers and fb posters who have posted my videos without my approval, my office will be filing copyright ©️ infringement strikes an hour from now. Remove all my videos or a strike will come after you!
Java recently announced that he will be off social media until the 9th of July. In his absence, Boss Lashaan will be now running all his accounts on social media platforms, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
He said during this time that he will be away, his Instagram account will be running a social media campaign that could see some people possible netting hundreds of United States Dollars.
The threat by Java was met by disapproval by some of his followers on Facebook with some also accusing him of sharing videos by other prominent individuals without their approval.
Followers accused Java of posting United Family International leader Emmanuel Makandiwa’s videos without the later’s approval. Java at one time clapped back at Makandiwa after the later spoke about the behaviour associated with wealthy people.
It remains to be seen if Java will carry out his threat and have YouTubers’ Facebook users’ accounts closed or suspended for violating copyright laws.