Ghana’s Independence Day celebration was marred by an unexpected confrontation after singer Moliy accused Amaarae.
Pouring out her frustrations in a thread of tweets vis twitter, Moliy narrated a detailed version of events related to Amaarae’s hit song “Sad Girls Love Money”.
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According to Moliy, she contributed, wrote, and performed about 80% of the original version of SGLM. She was thankful for the global success of the remix with Kaliuchis.
She further wrote, “I know, I’ve seen all the comments, messages, and probes regarding me not being properly credited on the record.”
Moliy stated that she was a lead artist on the SGLM remix, but that was modified as the song gained popularity.
Admitting that Kaliuchis is a much bigger artiste, Moliy reasoned that she could try to overlook her limited visibility in both SGLM official videos and her lyrics being lip-synced by Amaarae.
Check out the thread below.
This issue comes up right after Amaarae was trolled earlier for expressing what fans called “unpatriotic and two-faced” sentiments about Ghana’s Independence Day celebrations.
Check out a photo of Amaarae’s tweet.
According to them, Amaarae was wrong for expressing these thoughts, especially after she once happily tweeted “Happy Independence Day” to Nigerians.
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Without mincing words, fans queried her about the difference between Nigeria and Ghana in terms of governance.