Mr Drew, a singer and dancer, has taken another shot at Kuami Eugene, a Lynx Entertainment signee, for what he describes as the use of offensive words while dealing with people.
Following allegations by the reigning VGMA Artiste of the Year that Mr Drew stole his album, the two musicians have been engaged in a series of clap backs.
Mr Drew, on the other hand, has refuted the charges, stating that he has never stolen a song from an artist.
He clarified that Kuami Eugene’s’sarcastic’ comments on his hit single “This Year,” which featured Medikal, on Instagram indicated that he had stolen the album.
“I don’t borrow songs from other musicians; I compose my own. Forget about Kuami Eugene; everybody knows he speaks from memory. Mr Drew said in an interview on the Delay Show, “He even knows what I’m saying is real.”
“The thing is, no one took someone else’s music. If we look at the details, it is clear that no song was stolen. He displayed an action that implied that a song had been stolen…
Right after Kuami’s statement that this was a copy of Kuami Eugene’s “NoDulling,” a label operated by Kuami Eugene came to comment under my article, saying, “This is a copy of Kuami Eugene’s “NoDulling.”
In a previous interview, Mr Drew claimed that Kuami Eugen has a scholarship for stealing other musicians’ songs.
But, in an interview, Kuami reacted to it.
In response, Kuami said in an interview with Hitz that his colleague was just trying to pick a fight with him in order to gain popularity.
“Mr. Drew, you are free to say whatever you want about me. And he’d make it there. They should give him the freedom to discover himself. He has the space to himself if this is how he wants to explore himself. He should have a good time.”
“I believe he needs that care, and he expresses his desire for it to be given to him. That’s what I owe him. “You have it, Mr. Drew,” Kuami Eugene said.