Lynx Entertainment signee Kuami Eugene has been accused again of song theft after he released his latest single dubbed “Obiaato”.
According to reports, the song actually belongs to a Ghanaian musician identified as Kookoo.
However, the “Wish Me Well” hitmaker in an interview denied stealing the song, adding that he coined the whole idea.
He also revealed that he only heard Kookoo’s song after he (Kuame Eugene) released his song.
Listen to his explanation below;
However, social media users have descended on him calling him names and accusing him of stealing another song.
Read comments below;
aliibrahim4060 wrote; “This guy paa, I shaim for you. U no hear Obiaa to before? U jon paa”.
tusekendz_rap_gh also wrote; “Dis one paa de3 Kuami e be lie cos Obiaato by Kooko was a hit and I hope u if u no he d audio b4 den y have watched d video”.
akwasi_agyare_balcazar also stated; “Minister of stealing songs”.
emmanuelopoku_123 had this to say; “Eugene dey lie. Obiaa to was hit already masa ma wani nna ho”.
This is not the first time Kuami Eugene has been accused of song theft. The same issue happened to him with his hit songs like Wish Me Well, Angela and others.
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