Why Rex Omar Wants Mantse, Hammer And Obrafour To Stop Commenting On The Suit Against Drake Publicly

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Veteran Ghanaian musician, Rex Omar, has offered a piece of advice to parties in the suit filed against Drake by Obrafour.

Famous Ghanaian musician, Obrafour filed a lawsuit against Canadian rapper, Drake over copyright infringement.

He claimed Drake sampled his ‘Oye Ohene’ song without seeking permission.

Following the suit, A Ghanaian producer and event organizer, Mantse Aryeequaye rebutted that he owes the ‘Killer Cut Blood’ part which was sampled.

Responding to the issue in a post seen by Newshuntermag.com, Rex Omar advised that they should stop commenting on the case.

He explained that their public comments could be used to jeopardize the case.

The ‘Abiba’ composer wrote: “My take on the Obrafoɔ/Drake

  1. The owner of the master tape of that recorded sound has the primary right to sue.
  2. The creator of that particular sampled phrase “Killer cut blood” also has interest but his interest is within that of the owner of the master tape of the recorded sound.
    It’s imperative for all interested parties to STOP commenting on the case as it can be used to jeopardize the case especially Mantse, Hammer and Obrafoɔ.
    For 1% of something is better than 100% of nothing. .”
Rex Omar

Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

I am a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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