VIDEO: Kofi Kinaata Replies Ras Kuuku Over His Claims About Deleting His Verse On The “Effiakuma Love” Song

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Ghanaian musician Kofi Kinaata has come out to address allegations made by his colleague Ras Kuuku regarding the supposed removal of his verse from Kinaata’s hit song “Effiakuma Love.”

During a TikTok live session on Thursday, May 23, 2024, Kinaata clarified the situation, offering a detailed explanation that directly contradicts Ras Kuuku’s claims.

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Before Kinaata’s clarification, Ras Kuuku had appeared on Hitz FM’s ‘Daybreak Hitz’ show earlier in the day and disclosed that he had originally contributed a verse to “Effiakuma Love” in 2020.

However, he was surprised that his verse was missing when the track was re-released in 2023.

The Puom Music boss speculated that his verse might have been deemed too strong, leading to its exclusion.

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In his TikTok live session, Kofi Kinaata responded to these allegations with a firm denial.

He emphasized that he had never heard Ras Kuuku’s verse on the song and offered a timeline to clarify the sequence of events.

Kinaata explained that the initial “Effiakuma Love” recording was done digitally in 2019.

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This version, according to Kinaata, was the one sent by his manager, Oh Joe, to Ras Kuuku for a feature.

However, due to an oversight, his manager failed to send him this version before he went to the studio to record a live version of the song. This second recording, done without Kuuku’s verse, was the version that was ultimately released.t

Kinaata also took the opportunity to stress that there was no animosity between him and Ras Kuuku.

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He highlighted his previous collaboration on one of Ras Kuuku’s songs as evidence of their good relationship.

Watch Kofi Kinaata set the records straight in the video below:

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