- Obrafour has sued Ayisha Modi for claiming that she invested a large sum of $45,000 in his career
- Ayisha said she used that amount to produce an album for Obrafour called Kasiebo
- She said she never got even one cedi back from that investment
- Obrafour has rubbished Ayisha’s claim and taken the matter to court
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Ghanaian highlife legend Obrafour has rubbished the claim by Ayisha Modi that she injected a huge sum of $45,000 into his music career.
Ayisha said she never got even a pesewa back from that investment she made, indicating that she was cheated by Obrafour.
According to her, she gave Obrafour that money when he was preparing to release an album titled Kasiebo in the early 2000s.
In that report by YEN.com.gh, Ayisha said she was very fine with Obrafour then, and when he reached out to her for help, she decided to make that investment.
However, Obrafour, through his Execution Entertainment Production Limited, has released an official statement falsifying Ayisha Modi’s claim.
According to the statement seen by YEN.com.gh, there is no album of Obrafour bearing that name, rather, Kasiebo is a track on Obrafour’s album Asem Beba Dabi.
That album, according to the statement, was produced by Big Ben Music Production, adding that the information has been provided on the audio and video recordings of the copies of that album sold worldwide.
The statement further urged the media to rubbish claims by Ayisha Modi, adding that verification needs to be carried out on every claim she makes before publication.
Meanwhile, Ayisha Modi had earlier revealed that musician Ofori Amponsah broke her virginity and they had their first child at age 18.
She said they got married at that time before one of her family members came to take her to America.
Ayisha said their child is around 16 years by now, and though they are no longer together, she still has a strong bond with Ofori Amponsah.
She is currently very close and are seen at places and events together.
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