VIDEO: Ras Kuuku Calls Out Realers Entertainment For Using His Images For Their Upcoming Concert Without His Consent

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Ghanaian reggae and dancehall artist Ras Kuuku has taken to social media to express his frustration with event organizers over the misuse of his images on promotional flyers for an upcoming event in Abomoso, located in the Atiwa district of the Eastern Region.

In a video shared on his social media platforms, the award-winning musician called out Realers Entertainment, the organizers of the event, for failing to reach out to him before using his images in their promotional material.

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Ras Kuuku expressed his disappointment and emphasized the importance of proper communication and respect for artists’ rights.

The event, known as the Abomaca Festival, holds significance in the town of Abomoso, and Ras Kuuku, known for his love and respect for his fans, conveyed his appreciation for the town’s support.

However, he urged the event organizers to rectify their mistake and engage with him appropriately if they intended for him to perform at the festival.

“I love and respect my fans in Abomoso immensely,” Ras Kuuku stated in the video. “But it’s essential that event organizers like Realers Entertainment do the right thing by reaching out and discussing before using my image for promotion.”

Watch the video below:

As of now, there has been no official response from Realers Entertainment regarding Ras Kuuku’s call for proper communication and respect for artists’ rights.

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