I’ve placed spiritual injunction on Dadie Opanka’s songs – Young rapper

I’ve placed spiritual injunction on Dadie Opanka’s songs – Young rapper

An up-and-coming artiste, is claiming he has placed Ghanaian rapper, Dadie Opanka under permanent spiritual curse.

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I’ve placed spiritual injunction on Dadie Opanka’s songs – Young rapper

Dadie Opanka, Ghanaian artiste

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According to the ‘underground’ artiste, who gave his name as Raemix, Dadie Opanka has stolen his hit song.

Raemix says, Opanka bullied him and stole his song after he decided to feature the musician on his single.

Speaking on Accra-based Adom FM, Raemix explained that, he featured Opanka on his Kankan bi y3 d3 song years ago but the song delayed in the release due to technical hitches.

However, after two years of the collaboration, Raemix said he was shocked when he heard Dadie Opanka’s Boo bi y3 d3 recent song, which he has featured Kwame Eugene.

The rapper narrating his ordeal revealed that Dadie Opanka took some of his lyrics and his rhythm for his Boo bi y3 d3 which is currently enjoying massive airplay.

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The young artiste who was clearly not happy, in his conversation described Opanka as 'treacherous wicked person'.

To get justice, Raemix says he has curse Dadie Opanka and has also placed a spiritual injunction on his entire music career till he compensates him.

But Dadie Opanka speaking on the same platform denied the allegations and called the bluff of the young artiste.

He said Raemix's claim is part of a ground scheme to ride on him to be popular but “I will not oblige him that”.

The ‘Wedding Car’ hit maker stressed that, the remix of Boo bi y3 d3 was written by Kwame Eugene, therefore he cannot be accused him of stealing the song.

Dadie Opanka is certain the curse will not work because he is not guilty of the charge.

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