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Wutah Stole ‘Bronya’ Song From A Female ‘Underground’ Artiste

It is often said that all that glitters are not gold and it’s true.

The hit song ‘Bronya’ by Wutah undoubtedly has made waves across Ghana and it is the song most Ghanaians arelooking forward to celebrating the festive season with, especially the liquor lovers.

But there has been a storm on the sea that popular music group, Wutah actually stole the song ‘Bronya’ from a female ‘underground’ Artiste called Zenabu.

This was revealed by one artiste manager, Nana Poku, known as Ashis, on Hitz FM Tuesday morning. Ashis shockingly disclosed that hiplife group, Wutah actually stole their hit song, ‘Bronya’ from a certain artiste called Zenabu, an artiste he managed some time ago.

The truth unfolded when the discussion of the challenges faced by the managing of female artistes. Ahis, sharing his experience on the topic of discussion, made reference to a certain female artiste he was managing from whom Wutah stole their ‘Bronya’ song.

Ashis responding to Andy Dosty’s question as to whether he has managed a female artiste before replied;“Yes Andy, I have but we didn’t really get into the mainstream.

Her name is Zenabu, she’s the one Wutah stole their hit song Bronya from.”



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