“Abeg Come And Pay Royalties Na That Song Hit” – Rapper, CJ Biggerman Calls Out Kwame Eugene For Singing His Line (Video)

Ghanaian rapper CJ Bigger has pleaded with Lynx Entertainment signee Kwame Eugene to come and pay him royalties for using his line in a song he featured on.

CJ Biggerman together and some other Ghanaian rappers got the opportunity to drop a verse on Sarkodie’s ‘Biibi Ba’ track and his line “Mopese me to joromi before you go see me” in his verse, is what he is accusing Kwame Eugene of copying.

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In a freestyle session on Adom TV, Kwame Eugene, dropped the line ‘You want to make I sing joromi before you go see me’ and this got the attention of CJ Biggerman to express his displeasure through a post on his Instagram page.

He shared the video of how Kwame Eugene sang his exact line and in his caption, he wrote ‘The kind confidence kuami Eugene dey take sing my line dierr I no dey barb Eii. Abeg come pay royalties na that song hit.”

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