Ghanaian veteran music producer, Appiah Dankwah, better known as Appietus, has threatened to sue Pappi of the 5Five and artiste manager, Bulldog.
This comes after Appietus recently admitted that Pappi and his record company never covered the costs of the song’s production, “Muje Baya,” which caused a stir a while back.
These accusations sparked a confrontation between Appietus, Bulldog, and Pappi that culminated in obscenities being exchanged during a live television program on that subject.
Appietus, who is credited with composing numerous popular songs, wrote in a social media rant:
Taking to Facebook, he wrote:
You released the songs into the public domain without paying the studio fees, You made money off the songs by selling CD & Cassette rights, you played shows and went on tours with the music you did not pay for, you collected YouTube money from songs u never paid for, You never paid a penny for all my features, So what do you take me for. When I start taking them on please no one should come and beg. Ghana is run by laws. I rest my case.