Ruthy warns Ampong to avoid Daddy Lumba.
Stay away from Daddy Lumba, Ruthy warns Ampong
Ampong is cautioned by Ruthy to avoid Daddy Lumba.
Two Ghanaian musicians, Daddy Lumba and Isaiah Kwadwo Ampong, appear to have picked up their social media conflict once more.
In 2016, D’ Lumba and Isaiah Kwadwo Ampong fell out over the alleged theft of GH340,000 from record launch proceeds.
You might recall that D’ Lumba and Kwadwo Ampong, who were members of the band “Kojo Kojo,” launched the hit song “Hossana” in 2015.
According to Ampong, there was supposed to be a 50/50 split of the profits made from the release of that song between the two of them and Daddy Lumba, but that never materialized.
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The CEO of Bandex Music claims that D’ Lumba stole the money and that he hasn’t yet received compensation.
Ampong still carries hatred about it seven years later, therefore it generated enmity between the parties.
Since then, Daddy Lumba hasn’t made any attempt to reconcile with Ampong and is also bitter toward him.
The song “Ofon nae di asem fo,” which was recently released by Lumba, conveyed a strong warning to an enemy.
Lumba proclaimed during the DL FM premiere, “That worthless man, I am not done dealing with him.”
Internet users have deduced that the song is intended against Ampong based on an analysis of the song’s lyrics
Isaiah Ampong, who has unequivocally said that the diss song was intended for him, has yet vowed to take legal action.
The battle line has been drawn, according to Great Ampong, who remarked on the song by claiming that his diss song is almost ready and would be released very soon.
However, in response to the impending battle, Ruthy has urged Great Ampong to forget about D’ Lumba and go on with his life because the diss song he plans to record won’t force Daddy Lumba to pay the loan.