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Kuami Eugene’s Alleged Stolen Song Was Released Before The Claimant’s – Richie Mensah

Kuami Eugene's Alleged Stolen Song Was Released Before The Claimant's - Richie Mensah

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Kuami Eugene’s Alleged Stolen Song Was Released Before The Claimant’s – Richie Mensah

The CEO of Lynx Entertainment, Richie Mensah has blamed the media for spearheading rumours alleging that Kuami Eugene had stolen a song, which in turn, has resulted in Legal suits.

Information reaching privilegeamoah.com bares that Kuami Eugene has been sued by a Ghanaian-based Nigerian artiste for song theft.

Oduma Essan, the musician who has sued Kuami for allegedly stealing his song seeks Ghc 120,000 damages which he claims covers the production of the song, video shoots and promotions.

Reacting to the unfortunate lawsuit, Richie Mensah said the media is to be blamed because they mostly dwell on controversial news to thrive and failed to protect Kuami Eugene’s interest.

In an interview with Joy News, the CEO of Lynx Entertainment said Oduma’s allegations are unsubstantiated because the only similarities the two songs have is the title.

Stressing that Kuami Eugene released the tracklist of his Son of Africa album which had “show body” before Oduma released his “show body” song.

Privilege Amoah is a celebrity and lifestyle blogger, Social media Enthusiast and a Digital Marketer. I'm always elated to work with people irrespective of their race,religion and beliefs.

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