VIDEO: Kuami Eugene Busted For Copying Fireboy DML’s “What If I Say” To His “Son Of Africa” Album


VIDEO: Kuami Eugene Busted For Copying Fireboy DML's “What If I Say” To His “Son Of Africa” Album
Kuami Eugene & Fireboy DML

The boss of Lynx Entertainment, Richie Mensah should either fire Kuami Eugene‘s songwriter, that’s if he has one, or caution him from copying other musicians’ songs because it’s getting embarrassing.

For the 104th time, Kuami Eugene has been busted in the copy and paste act and this time around, he copied Fireboy DML’s “What If I Say” song to his “Song Of Africa” album.

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In fact, there are a lot of similarities between Fireboy DML‘s “What If I Say” song and Kuami Eugene’s “Will You” song on his “Son Of Africa” album.

When will Kuami Eugene stop copying other musicians’ songs and go the original way? Probably, he lacks originality and it’s time he works on that.

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Kuami Eugene did not give credits to Fireboy DML for copying his song in his acknowledgement which means he intended stealing it and going about it the smart way to make it look like it’s his own song but he’s been busted finally.

Just take some time and watch the video below…