Gospel musician Minister Isaac Sie who has accused his fellow, Evangelist Ik Annin of stealing his song, “Boborebobo” says the latter want to be smart and run away with his glory.
Minister Isaac who is not pleased with the current happenings about the trending gospel song believes his competitor, Ik Annin thinks he lacks the financial strength to push the new tune “Boborebobo” so he will use his weakness to deny him of his privileges but he will not allow that to happen.
Speaking to Zionfelix, the Brong Ahafo-based gospel artist said he is the original owner of the tune but Ev. IK wanted to outsmart him so he composed the same song and used the words “Bobolebobo” and “Boborebobo” several months after he had launched his album.
According to him, Evangelist IK’s witnesses have confessed that his version of the tune “Bobolebobo” was released months after he, Isaac launched his album in February this year but all efforts to convince IK Annin to take his tune off the market has proved futile.
Minister Sei told Zionfelix during the conversation which happened in Accra that Evangelist IK ones told him that they should all promote their songs when they met to solve the issue amicably because the evangelist knew very well that he, Isaac is financially weak and cannot match his promotional prowess.
Isaac admitted that he does not have enough and that is why he failed to push the song on radio and TV after the album launch in February.
When Zionfelix asked if he will sue Evangelist IK Annin for copyright infringement, Isaac Sie said his management is currently planning on something but he is not aware of their game plan as at the time of the interview so he cannot confirm or deny if there will be any lawsuit.
Watch the interview below: