Lil Win stole my song - Andy of TV3 Mentor fame cries

Lil Win stole my song - Andy of TV3 Mentor fame cries

- Lil Win has been accused of stealing another song

- His accuser is Andy Odarky of TV3 Mentor fame

Kumawood actor and musician, Lil Win has been caught in another 'song stealing' scandal as one Kumasi-based rapper has threatened to sue him over a song.

Lil Win recently released a song titled 'Ayeyi' which features Andy Odarky, the 1st runner-up of the maiden edition of TV3's Mentor show.

But according to Andy, Lil Win is not the rightful owner of the song as he had put it out.

Speaking Zylofon FM’s Showbiz Agenda on Thursday, Andy revealed that the song was composed by him as part of a proposed deal to sign him to Lil Win's Weezy Empire record label.

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"We were supposed to sign a contract last year. It was Boss Nation now Weezy Empire but it was Boss nation that said they were going to sign me on their record label. So they wanted Kojo Nkansah and me to have something on our own so they can use it for song of the signing.

"Kojo Nkansah can’t write a song. All the songs he brought out was written by people. So I was told to record a song for him so when he gets back from his Europe tour, I can tell him his part. So I wrote the song it was a bit difficult because his timing was bad,“ Zionfelix reported Andy as saying.

Explaining why he had decided to speak up now, Andy revealed that he felt cheated because Lil Win released the audio and video of the song online without even notifying him.

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Andy had earlier released a press statement cautioning Lil Win and his team to "stop promoting and claiming ownership of the song written and owned by Andy Odarky of TV3 Mentor Fame with immediate effect or face lawsuit.”

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This is not the first time Lil Win who is known in real life as Kwadwo Nkansah has been in the news over 'song theft'.

It will be recalled that Swedru-based artiste, Patapaa once accused Lil Win of stealing his 'One Corner' song and releasing it as 'Corner Corner'.

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After some back and forth on the matter, Lil Win and Patapaa settled their differences and even performed together at Stonebwoy's concert at Ashaiman.

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