Joshua of Popular Ghanaian musical hip-life duo, Keche, has reacted to Kuami Eugene’s recent interview with Delay over ‘No Dulling’ Comment.
Joshua said, “They said the only thing we did in the song is ‘Otan bebreebe nti wo da’ I’m not understand it. Eih Andrew nti “No dulling” all we sang was ‘Otan Bebreebe’ Eih I’m not understand it. I don’t get it”
His comment demonstrates his dissatisfaction with Kuami Eugene’s remarks. Joshua seems to be implying that Kuami Eugene did not write the song.
Meanwhile, when asked who wrote the song during the interview with Delay, Kuami Eugene said, “From ‘DJ Twa me Lala…’ that whole chorus, that whole hook embodiment; if someone says that they wrote it and it’s not me then, it’s, I don’t know how to say this not to come out as disrespectful but it’s a big lie because I wrote that.”
He added that in Ghana, “People think that if someone writes a song for someone it means that the person who the song was written for doesn’t have talent but in the Western world it’s not like that”
He stated that the song belongs to Keche.
Nevertheless, his comments have bolstered his claim that he wrote the song for Keche and that there is nothing wrong with him or anyone else writing a song for someone else. It does not make the person for whom the song was written any less talented.
The reaction has sparked numerous comments on social media. Many people have shown support for Kuami Eugene.
On Instagram, @ynlartey said, “I am inclined to believe Kuami Eugene. It seems Kechs Joshua himself is not confident about their involvement in the song composition.😂😂😂”
@gabbyantwiadjeituntum also said, “Massa stop this and come clear. From your demeanor it’s clear there’s iota of truth in what KE said.”
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