Emany_official the Ghanaian who reported Mr Drew's Eat song over theft speaks

Emany_official the Ghanaian who reported Mr Drew's Eat song over theft speaks

-Emany_official the Ghanaian man who reported Mr Drew to Rotimi has spoken for the first time

- He posted a photo of Jesus and captioned it with the hashtag #Standforthetruth

- His whistleblower move caused Rotimi to have Mr Drew's Eat song taken down for copyright infringement

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Emany-official, the young Ghanaian man who was later identified as the whistleblower of Mr. Drew and Stonebwoy's Eat song to Nigerian star, Rotimi, has spoken after his cover was blown.

The young man took to his Instagram page to post of a photo of Jesus Christ kneeling in a prayer mood and captioned it, "Great is thy faithfulness #standforthetruth".

From all indications and deductions from the post, Emany appeared to be unperturbed by the fact that he had been exposed by the person he felt he was trying to protect.

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He added that he was not afraid to stand for the truth no matter who would come after him or who would feel peeved or offended by it.

The photo of Jesus posted was probably one to profess his Christain faith and also show an attribute of Jesus of being faithful to his task of dying for the whole world even to the very end.

Emany_official's latest post comes immediately after Rotimi, the reported owner of the beat of a song titled Love Riddim which was sampled by Mr Drew, snitched on the Ghanaian snitch in a video that has since gone viral on social media.

However, some diehard fans of Mr. Drew and by extension, Stonebowy, took to the comment section to express their displeasure over Emany's move to report his fellow Ghanaians.

kwesimanchester asked Emany if the truth would put food on his table: "Sia ebi da truth you go chop"

emany_official who could not stand by to be called names by kwesi, jumped in to defend himself: "@kwesimanchester i did the right tin....Why u guys no want be real and let him know he didn't do well"

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kurlton came out to call Emany a snitch: "Mr sellout. How much did he give you?"

rafkobby also wanted to know how much Emany earned from gossiping: "@emany_official pls no hard feelings yh just want to know hw much rotimi paid u for dis info?"

woedem_eb also gave Emany a piece of his mind: "Wo Nana tw3 s3 great is thy faithfulness"

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Highly Spiritual music signee Mr Drew trended in the news after his latest song titled Eat which features Stonebwoy was pulled down from YouTube.

Mr Drew's song was pulled down over issues concerning copyright infringement which was reported by Rotimi, an American singer who is also popular for his role in the Power series.

Mr Drew released the song about one week ago and it was performing very well by his standards having clocked over 150,000 views on YouTube.

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But the video was pulled after Rotimi's record label, Empire, made a formal complaint. Mr Drew's song was an obvious cover of the American's song, Love Riddim, which was released as part of his 2019 album, Walk With Me, and his record label did not take kindly to that.

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