Legendary Ghanaian hiplife musician Barima Sidney has been sued over his ‘Papa no’ song.
The controversial track delivered by the artiste about seven days prior has been grasped by the public greatly after he used the most well-known expression “Papa no” in his song. As we all know Sydney in his song didn’t make reference to any name in association with the supposed “Papa No”, however some Ghanaians join the names of some high characters to the tune especially John Mahama.
According to the musician speaking on Okay FM with Halifax Ansah Addo, he revealed that he has been sued by some people over his ‘Papa no’ song.
He said in a quote, “When I released this song, people were reading meanings into it. I never mentioned anybody’s name in the song. We are all looking for the ‘Papa No’ and we all don’t have any clue of him. All over social media, people were attaching some images to my song.”
Photos of some prominent characters like that of the previous president Mahama who has nothing to do with the tune was used. It’s not reasonable that I haven’t referenced anyone’s name but then I’ve been sued to court. I know nothing about this and besides, my administration is delivering a press explanation with that impact,” he included.