A few days ago, a Ghanaian Musician named Kuame Eugene accused Mr. Drew in an interview of not giving him the acknowledgment that he deserved after helping him with a song.
In an interview on social media, Kuami Eugene dropped some allegations against his co-worker in the music industry. According to Kuami Eugene, he made a lot of effort into Mr. Drew’s song titled (Case). However, he was never acknowledged or given any credit for his efforts.
Take a look at the exact words of Kuami Eugene accusing Mr. Drew.
“I wrote 80% of Mr. Drew’s “Case”; he did not give me the needed credit. Mr. Drew released the song without my knowledge, and my permission as well”. – Kuame Eugene boldly stated.
According to Kuami Eugene who is famously called Rockstar, said he wrote the hook of the song and a section second verse.
“I wrote the hook and some part of the second verse. I input into that song can be rated as 80 percent. Before he came to record the song that hook and everything was already done, he heard it and sang it back,” Kuami Eugene told Naana Donkor Arthur in an interview.
Based on the words of Kuami Eugene, we have spotted two different replies from Mr. Drew on social media. The reply from Mr. Drew has been noted as an indirect one. He made two skeptic posts one on Twitter and another on Instagram.
On that of the Twitter page, Mr. Drew is indirectly telling Kuami Eugene to come again with his accusations against him in an interview with NDA. Take a look at what Mr. Drew posted on Twitter as a skeptical reply to Kuami Eugene.
On Instagram, Mr. Drew posted a picture of himself with a caption. The caption is driving attention and Ghanaians are of the view that Mr. Drew was referring to Kuami Eugene. Check out the post and the caption below.
#But I fly.
This is a purported reply to Kuami Eugene from Mr. Drew.