‘I’m learning from him’ – Singer who copied Kuami Eugene’s video concept finally breaks silence
Bhadest Cona, an upcoming talented female singer, has finally responded to widespread speculation that she plagiarized Kuami Eugene’s “Bunker” music video concept for her “Bolga Girl” single.
According to Bhadest Cona, she is not a thief, thus critics should put an end to claims that she stole the video concept from Kuami Eugene.
In an interview with Sammy Kay of Sammy Kay Media about the controversy, the promising diva accused Kuami Eugene of stealing her tune as well.
She said that Kuami Eugene was meant to be on her song “Bolga Girl,” but he refused after stealing the tune and rhythm.
According to Bhadest Cona, she is only learning from Kuami Eugene because he is the only Ghanaian singer who has been caught stealing the songs of up-and-coming performers on multiple occasions.
Bhadest Cona also stated that she purposefully imitated Kuami Eugene’s “Bunker” video concept in order to understand how it feels when someone’s creative property is taken.
“Kuami Eugene is disturbing me so I disturbed him a little. I’m learning from him. Kuami copied me and I learned from him. He copied my song Bolga and named it Bunker. We sent him my song through a third party for a feature. That was there months ago.”
This is unquestionably a tit-for-tat game. Kuami Eugene has yet to respond to Bhadest Cona’s accusations of stealing her song.
It’s difficult to defend him in this situation because he already has a track record of stealing the tunes of aspiring musicians.