Highlife star Ofori Amponsah has dropped shocking news about Daddy Lumba for stealing his work during his come-up.
The singer expressed disappointment in the Ghanaian legend Lumba for blatantly stealing his work right under his nose.
According to Ofori, this unfortunate event occurred in the year, 1999, when an album titled “Wo Ho Kyere” was released.
He worked tirelessly with Daddy Lumba to bring the project to fruition, yet the latter conveniently named himself as owner.
The pain and agony of it all are that the legend, also known as DL, was only meant to feature as a guest artiste.
In 1999, Ofori Amponsah, just 18, was just an innocent mentee of Daddy Lumba, happy to work with a music icon.
Today, Ofori claims the album ‘Wo Ho Kyere’ was his sweat and blood, and supposed to be in his name, and not Daddy Lumba’s.
Ofori Amponsah explained this statement in an interview with TV XYZ.
The decision to make Lumba the owner of “Wo Ho Kyere”, an album that took away 6 years of his life went over his head.
The artwork of the album and other things were done in Germany, but on returning to Ghana, he realized the whole concept had changed.
“It should have been the other way round.”
Sadly, the changes unethically favoured his mentor, Daddy Lumba.