Obrafour’s decision to sue Drake is causing some agitations.
The Ghanaian rapper filed a $10 million suit against Drake for copyright infringement.
After his suit, Mantse Aryeequaye also claimed to be the owner of the ‘Killer Cut Blood’ part in Obrafour’s ‘Oye Ohene’ song.
Many comments have been made about this issue.
Speaking on 3Music TV with Jay Forley and sighted by Zionfelix.net, Kwaku Osei Koranteng Asiedu aka KOKA, shared what he witnessed when the song was being made.
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He recalled Obrafour was not happy about the addition of the ‘Killer Cut Blood’.
KOKA said Hammer, the producer of the song explained that it was his signature tune and Mantse was his boy so he would take care of him.
The entertainment pundit disclosed there were a lot of issues raised about the song.
Watch his statement below.