Eugene Marfo, popularly known as kwame Eugene has been accused numerously of song theft but has denied severally anytime he’s approached.
The artist who is known of some popular song, has triggered the attention of music producers and industry players.
Stealing people’s songs and making them his own , he sounds unconcerned and has no idea this allegations would go a long way to kill his brand.
Some time ago, he was trolled on social media after he stole Nigerian rapper, Ice Prince verse for his “Wish Me Well” song.
In another theft allegation, an angry Ghanaian-based Nigerian artiste, Oduma Essan, has also reportedly sued Kuami Eugene for allegedly plagiarizing his song.
According to reports, the singer claimed part ownership of Kuami Eugene’s ‘Show Body’ hit song featuring Falz featured on the Son of Africa Album released on October 9.
Recently the new sensational Bhadext Cona has joined the tall list , this adds up to the previous times he was in the news for this same reason as he once again failed to get the required permission.
In other theft allegation Kuami Eugene used the lines “ma bie gya, a ma obi adwa, afei ma bie new chapter” in Okyeame Kwame’s ‘Ino Be My Matter’ song he was featured in.
A music producer has also revealed his intentions to seek legal actions against the “Wele Sebe Kotomire” crooner so he pays damages for stealing his song.
There have been more and uncountable theft allegation on the brand of the young artist. Including the recent sensational singer popularly known as Bhadext Cona.
According to the artist, she need kwame eugene to be featured on her single “Bolga “.
“Kwame eugene after sending the first song, told me the song is below standard and that I should send more better one’s ”
According to the artist, after sending the “bolga” song to kuame eugene, after months of not hearing from the Eugene, she surprisingly heard an airplay of her bolga rythm and composure with similarities since the eugene is good at that.