According to the court filing, which was quoted by 3news.com, Obrafour declined Drake’s request to use the Tinny-featured remix of his song “Oye Ohene,” but Drake nevertheless went forward with the move.
Drake is being sought after for “at least $10 million in damages” by Obrafour, actual name Michael Elliot Kwabena Okyere Darko, who through his attorneys filed the lawsuit in the Southern District of New York.
Ghanaian social media users expressed their opinions and vowed to monitor the case because it is interesting to many when news of the lawsuit first became public.
The reports, however, have prompted Aisha Modi to demand that Obrafour return every cent that she invested in his career.
You may remember that in 2020, Aisha Modi disclosed in an exclusive interview with the Delay Show that she was the only person who contributed $45,000 to Obrafour’s well-known “Kasiebo” record, which he released ten years prior, and received nothing in return.