Lynx Entertainment must sue Oduma Essan for defamation-Tsormanah

Entertainment critic Chris Tsormanah has advised Lynx Entertainment to sue all websites and Nigerian musician Oduma Essan for defaming Kwami Eugene.

Tsormanah believes the allegation that Kwami Eugene sampled a song of the Nigerian artiste is frivolous and false.

According to him, the two songs are different from each other and not similar in any way.

The singer is claiming part ownership of Kuami Eugene’s ‘Show Body’ hit song featuring Falz, featured on the ‘Son of Africa’ Album, released on October 9.

“I feel so sad. I am not happy and what he has done to me he has done it to a lot of people. I believe this is the time we should put a stop to this thing. He should have acknowledged me as the originator and owner of the song,” he said.

“You don’t go and class my song and bring it back and say it’s your song,” he added.

But Chris Tsormanah says the Nigerian artiste is riding on the popularity of Kwami Eugene to remain relevant.

He told the host of Rainbow Entertainment DJ Slash that when the dust finally settles, Lynx Entertainment must sue for defamation.

He said the allegation has soiled the reputation of Kwami Eugene and the record label.

He said the artiste (Oduma) doesn’t know what he is talking about or it is either he is ignorant.

He added that the Nigerian musician wants to milk the popularity of Kwami Eugene so he would be popular.

He also agreed that Richie’s attack on the media was needless.

To him, Richie cannot determine what the media should publish.

Meanwhile, he has also advised Kwami Eugene to be cautious in his work to prevent such controversies.


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