- Ghanaians and Nigerians have clashed over who the rightful owner of popular song One Corner by Patapaa
- The feud all began when a lady on TikTok @missasakee shared a video of her dancing to the tune, and the dispute brewed in the comment section
- Nigerians argued that they popularised the music, so they deserved credit for it, while Ghanaians rebutted that the song was Ghanaian as it was sung by a Ghanaian
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A social media beef erupted as Nigerians and Ghanaians engaged in a heated debate over the rightful owner of the popular song One Corner by Patapaa.
Nigerians claimed credit for popularising the song, arguing that their dance challenges and social media trends played a significant role in its international recognition. They argued that the song transcended borders largely due to Nigerian influencers and content creators who embraced it.
On the other hand, Ghanaians asserted that the song belongs to Ghana, as it was created by Patapaa, a Ghanaian artiste. They pointed to the fact that the Twi lyrics and the artiste behind the hit were unmistakably Ghanaian, and this should be the primary basis for ownership.
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Ghanaians and Nigerians clash over Patapaa's One Corner
YEN.com.gh gathered some reactions from social media users.
It’s a Ghanaian song please
πρόεδρ a Nigerian said:
Nigerians made it trend
Y’all it’s a Ghanaian song not 9ja!!!! Please!
Na Ghana music but na Nigeria make am blow
Akosua Biamah wrote:
Is ndwom Nigeria language listen to the song plus the language.It’s a Ghanaian song
Ghanaians clash with Nigerians over West Ham video
In a similar story, West Ham United made a promotional video hyping Mohammed Kudus and used Burna Boy's City Boy song in the background.
The song choice did not sit well with a lot of Ghanaians, who complained about West Ham using a Nigerian song instead of a Ghanaian one.
Nigerians in the comment section trolled Ghanaians, suggesting that Nigerian music was far ahead of Ghanaian music, so it was normal for the club to use a Naija tune.
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