Sidney Dragged to court over ‘Papa No’ Song

Berima Sidney, a Ghana musician, was threatened with an action following the release of a song called the ‘Daddy No.’ While Sidney did not say who the ‘Papa No’ was, others used pictures of others to make an impact.

Talking about the ‘Best Entertainment’ exhibition by Zionfelix Sidney in an interview with Halifax Ansah-Addo at Okay FM, he confirmed that he has been taken to court since he is released on his album.

He said that he has not release a video of the track, but a picture of former president John Mahama was used by some people to make it feel like he was the Papa No. The famous political composer said that he relied on his lessons and that he did not mention the name of anyone else in the album.

The song describes in detail this man’s activities — “Papa No,” but it doesn’t tell who he is. Berima Sidney also suggested to avoid those who add the pictures of the former chairman to the album.

He said that soon his administration would release a statement.

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