Stop Commenting On The Case, It Can Be Used To Jeopardize It – Rex Omar Advises Mantse, Hammer And Obrafour On Drake’s Suit

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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku is a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

The decision of Veteran musician, Obrafour to sue Canadian rapper, Drake has generated a lot of talk.

Obrafour demanded 10 million dollars in his suit, citing that Drake had infringed on his copyright.

After reports about the suit went viral, music producer and event organizer, Mantse came public to say the ‘Killer Cut Blood’ voice sampled by Drake from Obrafour’s ‘Oye Ohene’ song is his.

His action has been condemned by many people.

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Reacting to the suit against Drake, veteran musician, Rex Omar advised the parties involved to stop commenting on the case.

He said their assertions could be used to jeopardize the case.

Mr Omar wrote in a post sighted by “My take on the Obrafoɔ/Drake

  1. The owner of the master tape of that recorded sound has the primary right to sue.
  2. The creator of that particular sampled phrase “Killer cut blood” also has interest but his interest is within that of the owner of the master tape of the recorded sound.
    It’s imperative for all interested parties to STOP commenting on the case as it can be used to jeopardize the case especially Mantse, Hammer and Obrafoɔ.
    For 1% of something is better than 100% of nothing. .”
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