Patapaa Says He Regrets Composing the ‘Skopatumana’ Song with Another Artist

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Ever since his ‘Skopatumana’ verse went viral, Patapaa has been trying all he can to ‘steal’ the song from its rightful owner, Kawoula Biov.

Kawula featured Patapeezy on his single ‘Daavi Ne Ba’, on which Patapaa rapped the ‘Skopatumana’ verse which has since become the viral sensation it now is.

Patapaa wants to turn the viral rap into his own song even though it was a feature for another artist, and Kawuola has rightfully come out to try and stop that happening.

In a series of recent interviews, he expressed disappointment that Patapaa is the one gathering all the attention for the single when it’s his song and warned him to stop performing the song at shows.

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In response, Patapaa has expressed regret for featuring on the song and bemoaned that his efforts to promote the song has rather gotten Kawuola pissed off.

“I am disappointed at the remarks by Kawoula that I have surpassed him on his song. In fact, when I heard the news, the first thing that came to mind was, I shouldn’t have featured on his song,” Patapaa said in an interview with Showbiz.

“First of all, it is not my fault that people acknowledge and enjoy my verse on the song. I shouldn’t be blamed for the little attention he is receiving with regard to the song.

“Also, he was the one that called and asked me to feature on the song and I never took any money from him so I don’t know why he will say something like that….I just wish I never collaborated on Daavi Ne Ba with him.” Patapaa added.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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