Distruction Boyz React To Claims They Stole \u201cOmunye\u201d. Distruction Boyz have reacted to the shocking development that alleges that hit track Omunye was stolen from DJ Lag. A City Press report claimed the group\u2019s summer smash hit Omunye was the same as DJ LAG\u2019s Trip to New York released three months before Omunye. Distruction Boyz however claim they purchased the song from DJ Mphyd. \u201cThe guy who sold us the beat told us that he produced it and he did not even know DJ LAG. LAG posted a 30 second teaser of the song on Instagram but this guy doesn\u2019t even have Instagram. How can we copy the song from an Instagram video, Goldmax told TshisaLIVE. \u201cWe are so sad. This is our song. This is our biggest song. We created the song from scratch. People have been dancing to this song for months. How come it is being questioned now?,\u201d he adds. Goldmax reveal the group haven\u2019t received any legal action. \u201cWe have not been made aware of any legal action and I am confident that if they do, they will not win this case. We won\u2019t stop performing the song. It is our song. People don\u2019t understand gqom. We are not going to fight DJ LAG. We know him, why would we copy his style? Maybe he has a new album coming and he is touring overseas, so maybe this is a strategy to market him here,\u201d he concluded. The group\u2019s business partner DJ Tira also spoke out on the report, saying such accusations were moving the industry backwards. \u201cThis is the last thing we need. We are doing our best to promote this sound so it feeds black families. This is taking us back. Killing a black child\u2019s dream. You will never win. The truth will prevail,\u201d he wrote in a tweet.