I Haven’t Stolen Brella’s Song, Nothing Can Stop Me From Promoting It – Tiisha Fires


Budding female singer, Tiisha, who has been tagged as the late Ebony’s lookalike has been accused of stealing a song.

Brella, who is a former signee of Bullet’s Rufftown Records and a songwriter has accused Tiisha of stealing his intellectual property which is ‘wicked world” featuring Fameye.

Tiisha, last week Saturday premiered the visuals for her latest single ‘wicked world’ inside kikibees restaurant and pub,east legon and later published on youtube but the video was immediately taken off youtube by Brella and his team after several confirmed checks.

This has become a huge debate as to who is the rightful owner of the song but Tiisha believes strongly that its very wrong for Brella to be acting in such a manner.

In an interview with renowned showbiz blogger Ghkwaku, on his popular youtube talk show “On The Spot With Ghkwaku”, the singer revealed that, there was a mutual agreement between herself and Brella to go ahead and release the song but after releasing the song and spending huge amount of cash shooting the video, her good friend and songwriter Brella released his own version of the song for which reason she’s still trying to figure out.

She stated;

“Brella wrote ‘Wicked World’ for me to sing, so he talking about stealing his intellectual property, i’m a bit confused because he wrote the song for me. I recorded the song with him in the studio. He’s aware i have recorded the song. We decided he’s writing the song for me to record the song alone. He didn’t ask of money.”

Watch the full interview below to get the full scoop….

source: ghkwaku.com


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