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Gospel Musician Stole Latest Song “Nipa Hunu” From An Upcoming Artiste

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Gospel musician Bro. Sammy has been accused by an upcoming artiste of stealing his idea for his new song titled “Nipa Hunu”.

The song ‘Nipa Hunu’, which some section of Ghanaians believe is a diss song to Cecilia Marfo and Ernest Opoku has lyrics that literally suggests that ‘only useless people have time to talk about other people’.

It started generating controversies on social media as people think it doesn’t qualify to be called a gospel song.

Also Read: Joyce Blessing, Gifty Osei, Bro Sammy Are Leading Their Followers Astray – Gospel Musician Exposes Fake Artists

In a video and some audios available to , a young musician Samuel Osei is claiming ownership to the composition of the song.

Several comments noticed on social media indicates that they heard the song from the young boy first— To which some blasted Brother Sammy for singing people’s songs and claiming them.

Also Read: Video: Cecilia Marfo Slaps To Deliver ‘Evil Spirits’ From Bro Sammy

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