Kuami Eugene Stole His Latest Song ‘Bunker’ From Me – Upcoming Musician, Bhadext Cona Allege

Singer Kuami Eugene has yet again been accused of stealing a song!

Upcoming musician Bhadext Cona has accused Kuami Eugene of stealing her song “Bolga” after she sent it to him to feature on it.

Speaking on Rainbow Entertainment on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm, Bhadext Cona claims after sending the song to Eugene for a feature, the latter declined the collabo, describing the song as “childish”.

But much to her chagrin, Kuami Eugene has recorded her song, turning it into “Bunker”.

According to her, Eugene’s actions is nothing but theft and proves that she is a better musician than him.

“I don’t want to talk about Kuami Eugene because I am better than he is. He is not better than I am. I am a great musician than he is. If you can steal my song and remake it into a new song, then I am far superior than you are.

“So far as he stole my song, then it proves that I am better than he is. He is aware that he stole my song but I don’t want to talk about it,” she said.

This is like umpteenth time Eugene had been accused of stealing other artistes’ songs. Not too long ago, the 2020 VGMA Artiste of Year was accused of stealing late Prophet Seth Frimpong’s song “Okumchola”, heavily sampling it in his song “Dollar On You”. He was reported to have settled the case, paying monetary compensation to the producer of the song, Roland Ackah aka Buddy Roro.

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