Highlife and multiple award-winning artist Kuami Eugene has stated that he will not channel his energy responding to those who accuse him of song theft.
Artist Kuami Eugene has been accused on several occasions of stealing songs of other artists, especially upcoming artists, rebranding them, and singing them. Recently, female artist Bhadext Cona accused Kuami Eugene of stealing her song.
She revealed that a third party sent the song to Eugene some months ago for a possible collaboration, but he turned the offer down and turned it into his own song. In revenge, she copied the music video of the same contentious song.
Reacting to the accusations, Kuami Eugene said, “No I’m tired of responding to issues of song theft allegations but I just don’t have time.
So if I spend all of my time explaining why people shouldn’t say such things about me, it means we’re all wasting our time,” he said on the Kastle Entertainment show to Amansan Krakye.
Kuami Eugene has told Amansan Krakye that he will not respond to those who seek to smear his reputation.
“Perhaps that’s the job my accusers have chosen to do in order to damage my image,” he said, “but I’ve also chosen to focus on completing my songs in order to go forward.”
“So I selected my job, and they should choose their career as well,” he concluded. “But if they believe I’ll beg them to stop saying such things about me, they should forget,” he added.