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I Won’t Allow Negative Comments Stop Me From Stealing Songs – Kuami Eugene Bodly Declares

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I Won't Allow Negative Comments Stop Me From Stealing Songs – Kuami Eugene Bodly Declares

Highlife and Afrobeats musician, Kuami Eugene, says he is not worried about the negative comments on the songs he releases.

He told Daybreak Hitz on Friday that he always follows the due processes when there is the need to sample other people’s songs.

Kuami Eugene noted that he is not tired of the allegations people level against him for stealing portions of their songs.

He rather believes people associate themselves with him with such claims to get attention.

“I am not tired; I’m used to it. If you are big, people jump on you; if you are no more, they don’t care about you; if you are sinking, they don’t care about you. I’ve realised [that] people will do anything to affiliate themselves with me to get some attention,” he told Andy Dosty.

He added: “Right now, if I am coming to release music, people go into their archives to see if something like that sounds in their music.

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“They pray that my chorus or my verse will sound something a bit like their song, so they come out for people to see them too.”

Kuami Eugene is one of the artistes who have been mostly accused over the years of song theft.

Recently, a Ghanaian female singer, Bhadext Cona, accused the Lynx Entertainment signee of stealing a song she wanted to feature, Kuami Eugene.

Meanwhile, Kuami Eugene, disclosed that he will soon release a five-track Afro Highlife EP.

He explained that “this is actually my first time [because] I have had too many albums out there. It looks like everyone is coming up with EP, so I wanna try my hands on it.

“So I came up with an afro highlife EP, and I know it’s going to be amazing.”

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Fans Shoot Their Shot After Bridget Otoo Opened Up On The Kind Of Man She Wants To Marry

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Fans Shoot Their Shot After Bridget Otoo Opened Up On The Kind Of Man She Wants To Marry

Ghanaian Journalist and television personality, Bridget Otoo, has listed the things she is looking out for in the man she will marry.

Bridget forms part of the tall list of trolled Ghana female celebrities who are trolled for being single despite their fame.

The opinionated personality took to Twitter to disclose intentions to finally settle down but that will only happen if she finds the man of her dreams.

Describing the man of her dreams, Bridget Otoo said the potential suitor must be willing to cook and clean the house 24 hours a day.

Bridget Otoo said in a hilarious tweet that she will immediately marry that Ghanaian man who can do all these things without questioning.

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She wrote in her tweet, “I’m looking for a Ghanaian man, marriageable material who can cook and clean 24/7 to marry”.

Some of her fans online offered themselves for the tasks but asked what they will gain in return while others just called her lazy and said her assertion might be the reason why she has stayed unmarried for long.

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The Fans Are Not Stupid, They See Everything – DKB Shades Sarkodie Over Tweet Following Commercial Drivers Sit-Down Strike

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The Fans Are Not Stupid, They See Everything - DKB Shades Sarkodie Over Tweet Following Commercial Drivers Sit-Down Strike

Ghanaian comedian Derrick Kwabena Bonney popularly known as DKB has taken a swipe at most decorated Ghanaian msuician, Sarkodie following his tweet on the commercial drivers sit-down strike.

The rapper found trouble for himself following his tweets on the commercial drivers sit-down strike, a tweet that did not sit well with many of his fans.

Earlier on, GhArticles.com reported that effective today, the Coalition of Commercial Transport Owners have announced its intention to embark on a nationwide indefinite strike, as part of measures to compel the government to scrap some taxes on fuel to enable reduction at the pumps.

According to the Coalition, the government for the past two weeks has failed to heed their calls for some taxes to be scrapped off hence the decision to embark on the sit-down strike.

The group has asked its members to put on red armbands to register their displeasure with the government.

The coalition of private transport operators consists of Ghana Private Road and Transport Union (GPRTU), Association of Tipper Truck Drivers, Harbor Transport Owners, Ghana National Cargo Transport Association, Ghana Committed Drivers Association, Concerned Drivers Association, Digital Drivers, Commercial motorbike riders, popularly referred to as Okada, the Chamber of Petroleum Consumers among others.

Following that, hundreds of workers were left stranded in multiple lorry stations across Ghana over Trotro Drivers sit-down strike against high fuel prices in the country.

The Ghanaian rapper took to Twitter to plead on behalf of Ghanaians who have been affected by the sit-down strike by the commercial drivers.

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Sarkodie called on the government to be productive to help make things a little lighter for the citizens.

According to the multiple award-winning rapper, Ghanaians are going through difficult times and all they ask for a good environment for them to hustle.

His tweet has garnered mixed reactions from Twitter users as some are calling him hypocrites.

According to large number Twitter users, Sarkodie would have drop back to back diss songs for John Mahama if he was the president under this difficult times in Ghana.

But under President Nana Addo’s regime, he’s just tweeting. They accused him of being partial.

“The people are going through it !!! We always do !!! All we ask for the right environment to hustle/ be productive,” he tweeted.

Following that, DKB has taken to Twitter to label the Happy Day hitmaker as a “stomach musician.”

According to DKB nothings bores him more than a person who pretends to be speaking for the well-being of people after endorsing a political party.

Meanwhile, some Twitter users have pulled out Sarkodie’s tweet in 2013 saying he would visit then President John Mahama following a hike in fuel prices.

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Your Lyrics Finish? Or Them Off Your Light For Studio – Fans Angrily Bash Sarkodie Over Commercial Driver’s Sit-Down Strike

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Your Lyrics Finish? Or Them Off Your Light For Studio - Fans Angrily Bash Sarkodie Over Commercial Driver's Sit-Down Strike

Most decorated Ghanaian musician, Sarkodie has found trouble for himself following his tweets on the commercial drivers sit-down strike.

Earlier on, GhArticles.com reported that effective today, the Coalition of Commercial Transport Owners have announced its intention to embark on a nationwide indefinite strike, as part of measures to compel the government to scrap some taxes on fuel to enable reduction at the pumps.

According to the Coalition, the government for the past two weeks has failed to heed their calls for some taxes to be scrapped off hence the decision to embark on the sit-down strike.

The group has asked its members to put on red armbands to register their displeasure with the government.

The coalition of private transport operators consists of Ghana Private Road and Transport Union (GPRTU), Association of Tipper Truck Drivers, Harbor Transport Owners, Ghana National Cargo Transport Association, Ghana Committed Drivers Association, Concerned Drivers Association, Digital Drivers, Commercial motorbike riders, popularly referred to as Okada, the Chamber of Petroleum Consumers among others.

Following that, hundreds of workers were left stranded in multiple lorry stations across Ghana over Trotro Drivers sit-down strike against high fuel prices in the country.

The Ghanaian rapper took to Twitter to plead on behalf of Ghanaians who have been affected by the sit-down strike by the commercial drivers.

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Sarkodie called on the government to be productive to help make things a little lighter for the citizens.

According to the multiple award-winning rapper, Ghanaians are going through difficult times and all they ask for a good environment for them to hustle.

His tweet has garnered mixed reactions from Twitter users as some are calling him hypocrites.

According to large number Twitter users, Sarkodie would have drop back to back diss songs for John Mahama if he was the president under this difficult times in Ghana.

But under President Nana Addo’s regime, he’s just tweeting. They accused him of being partial.

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Meanwhile, the GPRTU has suspended their sit-down strike after they were invited to the seat of the presidency for deliberations over the nationwide strike.

According to the leadership, further information would be communicated to them at the right time.

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