Budding Musician, Tiisha is likely to suffer from an Intellectual Property theft, following the release of her song and music video, ‘Wicked World’ featuring Fameye- and here’s why.
Barely a week after the release, the beautiful diva has been accused of stealing and using music without due production credit or songwriting credit to the purported owner and colleague musician, Brella.
Tiisha hosted a video premiere party in Accra which brought together personalities such as Sista Afia, Dat Beat God, Obibini, Kumi Guitar, Yaa Jackson, Lord Paper, Nana Made In China, Toli Master and others.
Brella made the accusation via Zylofon TV’s Instagram page, under Tiisha’s flyer prior to her appearance on the Link Up Show yesterday.
He threatened to take legal action against the songstress and any agency that aids in ‘sharing, promoting and distributing’ the work.
In response, Tiisha admitted to initiating the said project with Brella, narrating the instances that led to their ‘split’ hence getting Fameye as replacement. Tiisha added that she was no more friends with Brella.
Currently, the official video of ‘Wicked World’ featuring Fameye has been pulled down from Tiisha’s YouTube channel.
It is however uncertain, what led to that action.