“They are all fools” – Kuami Eugene goes hard on his critics

Kuami Eugene, an Afrobeat Rockstar, has lashed out at critics who frequently accuse him of sampling songs.

Kuami Eugene has been accused of stealing songs several times. It is almost as if every song he releases there is copyright claim or accused of stealing.

Speaking in an interview with Poleeno multimedia, Kuami Eugene described his critics who have consistently been accusing him of stealing songs as fools.

According to him, only fools think and accuses him of stealing or sampling songs of up-and-coming artistes or already established musicians.

He added that people who harshly criticize him are all a bunch of clueless douchebags.

Surprisingly, he failed to deny stealing or sampling the songs of other artistes making it convincing enough that some of the song theft cases against him are true.

Just three weeks ago, a promising female musician, who performs under the stage name Bhadest Cona accused Kuami Eugene of stealing her song titled “Bolga” and plagiarized it into “Bunker”.

As of Yesterday, veteran Highlife musician, Nana Aboagye Da-Costa revealed that he will file a lawsuit against Hiplife musicians, Kuami Eugene and Captain Planet.

In an interview with Adom FM, he asserted they sampled his popular ‘Feeling Bam’ for their ‘Abodie’ track.

By: |Ghana|

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