Ghanaian celebrated and versatile musician, songwriter, creative director and entrepreneur, widely branded with his Showbiz name as Okyeame Kwame, has once again updated his amazing fans concerning his Court case with legendary hilife musician, Gyedu-Blay Ambolley.
Prior to the court notice from the Okyeame Kwame management team, a video which was already circulating on Social Media was seen Gyedu-Blay Ambolley, who was in an interview with Joy News that, he was now ready to provide evidence to claims that, Ghanaian rapper Okyeame Kwame misappropriated MUSIGA funds during the era of Bice Obour.
According to the interview, Ambolley stressed it out that, he intentionally snubbed Okyeame Kwame last year when he started sending him court writ of summons.
“I haven’t insulted you that you’ve gone to steal or you’ve gone to bear false witness with anybody. Taking a loan and, you junior rapper wants to take a senior rapper, senior singer, senior composer and everything to court? I’ll prove him wrong,” he said.
He also continued that, “I want the case to be big so that I prove I can prove my evidence for the whole world to see. Because there is no reason for me to get up and fabricate something on Okyeame,”
Legendary musician Ambolley further indicated that, incase he wins the case brought forward by Okyeame Kwame in Court, he would have to see him at home for all further issues to be resolved, or else he will sue him back.
The management of Okyeame Kwame has hinted to the media that, the final court case between the two Musicians is going to be on 18th of February, 2022.
Watch Ambolley response to Okyeame Kwame via link below:
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