Kuami Eugene and Kwame Yogot 'stole' my song - Evangelist Michael Antwi alleges

Kuami Eugene and Kwame Yogot 'stole' my song - Evangelist Michael Antwi alleges

  • Kuami Eugene is at the center of another song theft allegation
  • This time, an evangelist, Michael Antwi says Eugene and Kwame Yogot copied his song titled Biibi Besi
  • Antwi is threatening to take steps to correct what he calls an infringement of his work

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Michael Antwi, a Gospel artiste, has accused Kuami Eugene and Kwame Yogot of song 'theft.'

The song at the center of this accusation is Biibi Besi, released by the Kwame Yogot in February 2021, and featuring Eugene.

Speaking to Tony Best on Akoma FM, Antwi claimed his song was released in September 2020, some five months earlier compared to the release date of the song by Yogot.

Kuami Eugene and Kwame Yogot stole my song: Evangelist alleges
Kuami Eugene and Kwame Yogot stole my song: Evangelist alleges. Photo source: Facebook (Kuami Eugene. Michael Antwi and Kwame Yogot)
Source: Facebook

He added that he intends to take action for what he calls an infringement on his rights.

"The Biibi Besi runs through my song and if anyone uses that in another song, it means that my rights to the song have been infringed upon," said Antwi, who is also an evangelist and radio presenter.

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Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Kuami Eugene had said in an interview that he would be a legend like Amakye Dede, Kojo Antwi, and Daddy Lumba.

In a new interview with KMJ of Joy Prime, he stated that he knows he will not forever be an artiste in demand but he is pretty confident of being accorded the same level of respect the aforementioned artistes enjoy.

He had previously bragged about the high possibility of continuing his reign as the Artiste of the Year at the upcoming Ghana Music Awards after winning the bragging rights in the previous year.

In other news, Angel FM Presenter, Ohemaa Woyeje has expanded on her opinion that her former colleague, Captain Smart will lose a lot for leaving the station to join Onua FM.

In an interview with Zionfelix, she shared an analogy that radio listeners often listen to personalities based on their love for them. Per Ohemaa's estimation, Adoma has the following to positively affect the listenership base of the morning show.

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