Obrafuor claims that Drake sampled his “Oye Ohene (Remix)” with out permission, although Drake had emailed him for clearance beforehand. He, nonetheless, went forward to launch the monitor which was featured in an album days later.
Nonetheless, Ayisha Modi, a Ghanaian businesswoman, has criticized Obrafuor for suing Drake with out first repaying her funding in his album 13 years in the past.
Ayisha Modi alleged that she supported the manufacturing of Obrafuor’s profitable “Kasiebo” album however acquired no returns on her funding.
In response to her, Obrafuor ought to pay her again earlier than suing anybody else. Ayisha Modi additionally claimed that she cursed Obrafuor and that karma would meet up with him till he tells the reality about her funding.
“Live performance social gathering @mobrafour ensure you pay me again all the cash I Ayisha Modi invested in ur Album 13 years in the past earlier than you sue somebody wai,” she wrote on Instagram.
“Nature will meet up with u walaii Ofoui. See who’s suing somebody. I cursed u. You’ll not don’t have any peace till u come out and inform the world the reality about how I invested in ur KASIEBO ALBUM,” she additional alleged.
”@agyekumkofi was Ur supervisor at the moment and he was the principle motive why I invested all that cash in ur venture. U can be suing folks saaaa to feed till you pay me again my cash otherwise you inform the world the reality. Karma and nature will meet up with ya,” she added.
In the meantime, Mantse Aryeequaye, the voice behind the sampled ‘KILLER CUT’ on Drake’s Calling My Title which Obrafour is suing him for, has declared that Obrafour has no proper to make any calls for or sole compensation with out his permission.
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