Latest reports on social media suggest that popular gospel musician, Brother Sammy stole his latest track that has started generating controversies from a young musician.
The song ‘Nipa hunu’, which has lyrics that literally suggests that ‘only useless people have time to talk about other people’, has started generating controversies as people think it doesn’t qualify to be a gospel song.
But before these controversies could end, a young musician has also claimed ownership of the song.
In a video posted by (@those_called_celebs) on Instagram, the young musician is seen using the same tagline in the song.
An Instagram user who commented on the post said he or she heard the song from the young boy. The user also lambasted Brother Sammy for singing people’s songs and claiming them.
See the comment below:
• ayeyinkaawurade_Bro sammy cannot claim ownership of that song bcos that boy did the song and people started commenting on it then sammy said he was doing rehearsals in church and he sung it. But come to think of it has sammy written any song before? He keeps singing songs already in the system and claims its his.. anyways let me pass wai@ those-called-celebs
Brother Sammy’s ‘nipa hunu’ song which is yet to be released officially has started causing controversies. The musician himself has said that he recorded the song to cause controversy but some of his colleagues say he did it out of pain.
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