Wed. Jun 29th, 2022
kuami Eugene Bhadext Cona

“Kuami copied me and I learnt from him,” – up and coming female musician, Bhadext Cona has explained allegations about song theft between herself and Rockstar, Kuami Eugene. According to her, she won’t give him enough rest since he denied her the same.

Bhadext Cona has levelled up allegations against the Lynx Entertainment signee over some song theft brouhaha. That was after Ghanaians raised eyebrows over the release of her Bolga video. In an interview with SammyKay, she revealed that they sent a song to Eugene for a collaboration three months ago. Meanwhile, a month later, Kuami Eugene dropped his Bunker – she said. The joint production didn’t come on. To take advantage of the circumstance, Eugene changed the title of the song Bolga into Bunker and released it.

 

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Paying him with his own coin, she also copied the artist’s video style for her Bolga release. The concept and even the venue for both visuals are the same. In fact, Bhadext Cona copied A to Z. As hilarious as people see it to be, they say that she didn’t want Karma to come in the future. She has taken advantage of the situation. A scenario M.anifest said in one of his lines – turning a loss into a win.

Kuami Eugene has soiled his brand with seasonal accusations of song theft. Almost all the hits he has released has a history of copyright infringement issues. It started with the household song Confusion and it has never promised to stop. Even though he is doing remarkably well, the song theft stigma he’s attaching to his brand may cost him.

By Stanley Coffie

Stanley is a versatile writer, blogger, author and marketer. I'm optimistic and handle projects with integrity. Get in touch with me via coffiestanley@gmail.com

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