It looks like another industry beef is brewing. Just after fans thought the dust has settled on Shatta Wale and Ponobiom’s beef, another has popped up and it came unexpectedly.
Fast rising Ghanaian rap kid, Tee Rhyme is accusing AMG Business label owner, Criss Waddle of theft.
According to Tee Rhyme, Criss Waddle stole the title of his 2016 released Hip-hop track titled “Bokoor De3” featuring Cabum.
Waddle, on April 3 dropped a track called “Bokoor De3” and immediately caught the attention of Tee Rhyme. Tee, who thinks he owns the title considered it theft.
Explaining why decided to hound the issue, Tee Rhyme told Pulse.com.gh that he just want karma to take its turn.
“It could be recalled that in 2016, Criss Waddle accused Shatta Wale of similar ‘crime’. He claimed that the term ‘Bie Gya’ belonged to him, therefore, Shatta Wale should not have used the same title for his song.”
“I also dropped a song with the title ‘Bokoor De3’ featuring Cabum in 2016 and had a good rotation. You can attest to that. And to my surprise, the same person (Criss Waddle) who accused his colleague (Shatta Wale) of similar incident took the title for his latest single,” he told Pulse.com.gh
When catechised whether he will drop the case or not, he vociferously responded: “No! I will never drop the issue until he realises his mistake.”
Criss Waddle is yet to comment on the issue.
Source : Pulse.Com.Gh