In what appears to be a response to his critics, Kuami Eugene, says he’s the least concerned about claims of lyrics theft leveled against him by people he considers embittered.
Lynx Entertainment artiste, Kuami Eugene, has in a latest response to his critics, said their accusations that he stole the lyrics of a Jamaican dancehall artiste does not rob him of sleep.
Kuami in a recent episode is alleged to have ‘stolen’ the dancehall vibes of Jamaican dancehall star, Black Coffee, YEN.com.gh reported earlier.
As expected, social media has been toasting the artiste in a merciless fashion.
While Kuami’s response suggests he’s not affected by the heat from the backlash, the bitter vibes from people have elicited a response from him.
In an interview on Showbiz following his performance at Okyeame Kwame “Made In Ghana” album launched days ago, Kuami stated that he is unperturbed by claims that he’s an unrepentant 'thief' of the intellectual property of colleague musicians.
“The things they say do not affect me in any way, I am not surprised at all. These are people who do the same thing to everybody even to their family members”, he quipped.
Adding that “they have done this to a lot of musicians, the Ofori Amponsahs and co have all had their share of these kinds of accusations so it is not really a big deal for me”, GhanaCelebrities.Com reported the Angela singer to have said.
While people continue to heap praises on the highlife and afrobeats talent, he has also been mocked for not being authentic.
A close look at the two videos confirms that Kuami Eugene literally stole the songstress’s jam and style.
His verse was earlier this year recorded on VGMA’s song christened ‘Our Music Lives’.
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