Kuami Eugene, a Ghanaian highlife and afrobeats singer, has responded to recent accusations of copyright infringement, claiming that people accusing him don’t have a job and that he won’t beg them to stop talking about him.
In the last few months, the frontman of the Lynx Entertainment company has been accused of song theft twice. They want a piece of his ‘greatness,’ he said in response.
The accusers continued to fire rounds at him despite this. However, Kuami Eugene now has more time on his hands to retaliate.
Kuami Eugene recently stated in an interview with Kastle FM that he is tired of replying to his accusers and that he will not beg them to stop talking about him.
“I’m not tired of replying to charges of song theft,” he said, “but I just don’t have time.” “I’m not tired of responding to my accusers,” he added, “but my time is so restricted that it won’t help me to respond to such people.”
“So if I spend all of my time explaining why people shouldn’t say such things about me, that means we’re all wasting our time,” he concluded.
Kuami Eugene claimed that his accusers are only trying to smear his hard-won reputation, and that he will not beg them to stop talking.
“Perhaps that’s the job my accusers have set out to do in order to smear my reputation, but I’ve opted to focus on performing my music in order to go forward.”
“So I selected my job, and they should choose their occupations as well,” he said, adding, “but if they think I’ll beg them to stop saying such things about me, they should forget.”